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Writer Who Listens

Josephine Bridges understands that journalism has its roots in listening. Her use of extensive quotations is the hallmark of her journalistic work, and this reflects her dedication to listening. Including as many voices as possible, speaking in their own words, not only brings liveliness and variety to her articles, but also insures their accuracy.

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Place: Lone Fir Cemetery, Asian Reporter, May 7, 2012

Children's Book review: Tracking Trash, Asian Reporter, April 16, 2012

Film Review: Island President, Asian Reporter, February 20, 2012

Event: A New Home for the Asian Family Center, Asian Reporter, June 4, 2011

Profile: Henry Ueno, Vegetables and Volunteerism, Asian Reporter, May 2, 2012

Issue: Coal Trains in Southeast Neighborhoods part 2 of a 3 part series, Southeast Examiner, October 2012

Web only stories

Found objects find new lives in Bonnie Meltzer's very mixed-media art

Organic gardeners squash soup a prizewinner in butter recipe contest

Workshops, press and studio rental and artist networking good business