Lawrence Wright on Scientology, legal pads and creating a "universe of possible sources" - 2011-02-18

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F0.png Lawrence Wright on Scientology, legal pads and creating a "universe of possible sources" February 18, 2011, Andrea Pitzer, Nieman Storyboard

The New Yorker put the "long" in long-form this week with "The Apostate: Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology," a piece by Lawrence Wright that weighs in at around 25,000 words. The article has generated a lot of buzz for its compelling storytelling as well as its subject matter: a week later the story still sits atop the magazine's most popular and most emailed lists.


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