Julia Craven, Nieman Reports

Julia Craven

Nieman Reports

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Julia:

Is It OK for Journalists To Hold Back Scoops for Books?

A spate of Trump titles sparks debate about the ethics of withholding vital reporting for books → Read More

Why Some Journalists Are Centering Trauma-Informed Reporting

Trauma-informed reporting can help journalists better connect with sources dealing with grief, pain, and loss → Read More

How My Fitness Tracker Turned Me Against Myself

The alarm was deafening. My coffin-shaped acrylics crawled from underneath the covers, searched for the stop button and quickly found my Apple Watch. I slapped … → Read More

In Today’s Journalism Job Market, Having Your Own Brand Is Key To Survival

Name recognition and an extensive following give journalists leverage in an industry that tends to reward a predominantly white, male few → Read More

Dear Prudence Uncensored: “Can I Ditch the SIL Already?”

“Like, is the real issue that you hate how holidays work in your household?” → Read More

The Brutal Celebrity Breakup That Proves Being a Wife Guy Is Risky Business

Let the messy demise of the Hamilton “it” couple be a lesson for us all. → Read More

Why One Mom’s Viral Video About Her Night Doula Made So Many People So Angry

A longtime doula explains. → Read More

Will Anti-Vaxxers Take the New COVID Treatment Pills?

“It's just human nature that people are more amenable to an oral medication.” → Read More

So, Does Beto Have a Shot?

Well-known but not necessarily well-liked in Texas, O’Rourke jumps back into the fray. → Read More

The Super Practical Gift That’s Surprisingly Romantic

A love letter to my Roomba. → Read More

How Can the Man Who Tried to Dispose of the MOVE Victims’ Remains Have a New Job in Public Health?

Some context for a very strange hire. → Read More

You’s Deliciously Awful Wellness Influencers Are Worse Than Its Serial Killers

Sherry and Cary give Joe and Love a run for their money. → Read More

The Kind of Yucky Reason the Advice on Aspirin Has Shifted

And why daily aspirin is still recommended for some people. → Read More

Zebra Update: Apparently the Only Way to Catch the Escaped Zebras Is to Rope in More Zebras

What could go wrong? → Read More

Everything We Know About the Maryland Zebras On the Run

Three zebras have been frocklicking through the lush, grassy knolls of Prince George’s County, Maryland, since the end of August. They’ve become internet sensations, local celebrity sightings, and, due to their deft evasion of the Prince George’s Animal Services Division, a meme of freedom. They’ve also been a welcome reprieve from the horrible events that often dominate the news cycle. So, in… → Read More

Will a New Study on Menthol Cigarettes’ Harm to Black Americans Finally Push the FDA to Act?

“There's no reason that the FDA should be stalling around any longer.” → Read More

What Public Health Officials Think of LeBron’s Vaccine Statement

And what we lose when we rely on celebrities to convince people to do what’s right. → Read More

The Ugly History Behind Those Border Agents Chasing Haitian Migrants on Horseback

“It really raises important questions about what does humanity look like in the United States?” → Read More

The Most Unholy Snacks People Invented While Working From Home for a Year

Away from the social pressure of the office kitchen, you guys have been busy. → Read More

Why Is Nicki Minaj Doing This? There Are Some Dark Theories.

Four Slate staffers attempt to unpack what happened this week with the rapper, Twitter, the White House, and swollen testicles. → Read More