On the journalism of personal confession

Irish journalist Brian Boyd complains about how the digital age of journalism is also becoming its confessional age, as writers grab attention with first-person stories of their secrets: "An author I know who writes unbelievably boring books that are nevertheless loved by the literary establishment told me recently that a leading UK newspaper would only interview him about his new book if he talked about his long-running and somewhat picaresque battle with alcoholism."

September 29, 2016

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