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Fourth year Literary Journalism

Fourth year Literary Journalism major Tracy Tran is busy working on her latest assignment for an upper-division writing workshop entitled Crime and Consequences, in which she’ll delve into the world of well-known, psychic detective, Annette Martin. Tracy’s reasearch for the class, however, does not consist of the usual slogging to the library to pour over countless voumes of what others have written about Martin. Instead, her research is done with Martin herself, whom she interviews over the phone from her home in Marin County. This type of work is exactly what inspired Tracy to major in Literary Journalism. From her first Introduction to Literary Journalism class as an Undeclared student, she has grown to love the hands on quality of the major, requiring her to interact with the community and develop her skills in independent research. She describes how she and her classmates work together as an editorial board, bouncing ideas off one another and providing information and connections for others’ stories, and then heading off to do all their own legwork. For her current story, Tracy is focusing on a few of Martin’s cases to go in depth as to how she approaches her work solving crimes with police. If yu are interested you can order our custom essay writing about similar topic.

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