Wendy Lu

I am a national reporter based in New York City. I’ve written for The New York Times, Teen Vogue, Bustle, Columbia Journalism Review, Newsday, and many others. I write about a wide range of health disparities and social issues within disability communities, including topics like family, education, relationships, gender dynamics, and policy....

Liz Worthington

Liz manages API's program to help publishers create data-driven content strategies. She joined API after nearly 10 years as a reporter and editor for various newspapers and digital platforms. Just before joining the team, Liz served as the Senior Editorial Trainer for Patch.com where she built an editorial curriculum that focused...

Key Advertising Awards

NENPA 2018 Winter Convention Key Advertising Awards Advertising General Excellence Award Specialty Publication   Fiddlehead/Keene (N.H.) Sentinel Terrence Williams, president and chief operating officer, accepts the award, on behalf of Shay Riley, graphic manager, for the Sentinel’s Fiddlehead publication, from, at right, Michael E. Schroeder, past president of the New England Newspaper and Press Association board...
‘The people who I have found to be the sharpest and most interesting are people who have moved around a lot ... Conversely the people who have been the worst to work with are people who went to one place and stayed there. I think you take a job...

David D’Arcangelo

Diagnosed with a rare eye disease that left him legally blind at a young age, David D’Arcangelo has built successful careers in both the public and private sectors and now serves the Baker-Polito Administration as the Director of the Massachusetts Office on Disability. David is passionate about promoting a better...
‘Podcasts give you the voices of the participants. You feel like you’re in the same room with them, that they’re talking directly to you. There’s a powerful intimacy to that. You can hear subtle inflections in the voices that are very hard to capture in print.’ -- Christopher Goffard, Staff writer, Los...

2018 Hall of Fame

New Hall of Famers praise peers, recall careers fondly By Jess DeWitt Bulletin Staff The latest members to join the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame nominations emerged from the biggest crop of nominees in the Hall’s history. Although the competition was stiffer, the new members echoed some of the same themes heard...
By Julia Hutchins Bulletin Correspondent Sexual assault has become an increasingly prevalent topic in the news, especially with the current #metoo movement. That doesn’t make it any easier to write about or to talk to people about, as panelists discussed at a session on “Reporting on Sexual Assault: The journalistic, emotional...
2018 NENPA Winter Convention Bettering journalists’ abilities to cover disabilities of others By Kaitlyn Mangelinkx Bulletin Correspondent John Voket, associate editor of The Newtown (Conn.) Bee, received a mass email note last year to U.S. journalists that sparked an idea to help fellow journalists. The note read, in part: “Fully one in five people (56...
‘There is a value to good copy editing, now more than ever. If your copy is not clean, it raises doubts in the reader’s mind. ‘If they can’t spell this correctly, or if the style is inconsistent throughout a story, is their story inconsistent?’ In this highly charged political...