SEJournal Winter 2011-12, Vol. 21 No. 4

January 15, 2012

SEJournal
Winter 2011-12, Vol. 21 No. 4
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

Exploring the Narrative Form
By MICHELLE NIJHUIS

Miami According to Helvarg
By DAVID HELVARG

Documerica Lost and Found
By ROGER ARCHIBALD

Columns

SEJ President's Report: Transparency Watch Project Raises Serious Concerns About Government Access
By CAROLYN WHETZEL

SEJ News: SEJ’s 2011 Annual Conference In Miami Achieves Many Firsts, Setting New Standard
By JAY LETTO

E-Reporting Biz: So Now You're a Freelancer. Here Are Some Very Important Things To Consider.
By BUD WARD

Reporter's Toolbox: Checking Local Water Use and Scrutinizing Those Big Water Projects Can Benefit Your Community
By CYNTHIA BARNETT

Media on the Move: SEJ Members Toast New Books and Projects on Wide Range of Science, Environment Topics
By JUDY FAHYS

The Beat: Climate Change Coverage Not Only Dips in Quantity, But Also Shifts in Its Presentation
By BILL DAWSON

Book Shelf Book Reviews

The Beekeeper's Lament
By Hannah Nordhaus
Harper Perennial, $14.99 (paperback)
Reviewed by KATHLEEN REGAN

Burning Rivers
By John H. Hartig
Multi-Science Publishing Co., $35
Reviewed by TOM HENRY

Tomatoland
By Barry Estabrook
Andrews McMeel, $19.99
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS

Winged Obsession
By Jessica Speart
William Morrow, $25.99
Reviewed by TOM HENRY