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Carl Sessions Stepp

Carl Sessions Stepp specializes in writing and editing, journalism’s history and heritage, and newsroom organization and change. He has written two books, Writing as Craft and Magic and Editing for Today's Newsroom, and is senior contributing editor of American Journalism Review. He has done writing and editing consulting for news organizations around the country and was a reporter and editor for 12 years with the St. Petersburg Times, Charlotte Observer and USA Today.


Stories by Carl Sessions Stepp
Let’s Not Give Away the Power of the Press, 28 Aug 2014
Why Many Journalists Make Poor Newsroom Leaders (And Ways to Make Them Better), 21 May 2014
‘Don’t Overreact:’ Most Visited NYT Story is A Quiz on Dialect, 23 Jan 2014
For Students, Old Media Evoke Warm Memories, 20 Nov 2013
The Importance of Trustworthiness, 06 Nov 2013
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