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Author Archives: Kim Tsuyuki


February 13th, 2024
Nameless In Print Marvel Comics and artist Banksy both agree: being invisible is a superpower. You’re there, but you’re not there. The same goes for being a ghostwriter, where staying hidden is a large part of the power. In fact, it’s a core part of the talent, and oftentimes is a contractual obligation.


January 22nd, 2024
Diversity programs under attack Assistant Professor Chalise Macklin makes sure guests who speak to her broadcast classes at the University of Memphis include people of color, women and members of the LGBTQ+  community. And her lectures weave in examples that showcase a diverse range of people and communities.


January 8th, 2024
10 With Clayton Weimers of Reporters Without Borders Since 1985, Reporters Without Borders has defended press freedom, pluralism and independence the world over. Approximately half the global population has no or limited access to free, uncensored, reliable news and information means that its work to track and publicize issues of press freedom infringement is happening around the clock.


January 3rd, 2024
The Press and the Police: How to handle interactions with law enforcement When officers from the Marion Police Department showed up at Eric Meyer’s Kansas doorstep with a search warrant, the Marion County Record publisher and editor kept his cool despite being “incredulous and angry” that the raid, which he believed was unconstitutional, was a coordinated sweep on his home, the Record newsroom and a third location.


December 7th, 2023
2023 Journalist’s Gift Guide Welcome to what has become a Quill winter tradition. Once again, we exercised our research skills, took into account the advice of experts in the field and did a seek and find to uncover great gifts for you or the journalist in your life.


December 7th, 2023
From the President: On board for a bright future As we embark on another year of service to the journalism community, I am honored to address you as the President of the Society of Professional Journalists. The SPJ board is already hard at work focusing on improving our fiscal health, strengthening our advocacy for journalism’s vital principles and ensuring SPJ remains relevant and inclusive.