As a reporter, Christina Hoag has dealt with some of the most dangerous situations a journalist can experience, from facing down Colombian guerrillas to interviewing gang members and corrupt presidents.
Mystery author John Carenen knows a thing or two about…well, a lot of things, including how to craft a good story.
Horror and thriller writers know a million ways to scare their readers. But rarely is something as frightening as a story based mostly in fact.
California State Librarian Greg Lucas has a daunting daily to-do list: managing the main research and information hub for all things pertaining to the Golden State’s illustrious history and heritage.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last two years you are probably very familiar with the term “fake news.” But while it primarily wormed its way into the American lexicon during the 2016 presidential election, the
When we last sat down with Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman In November 2015, he had won every major award a journalist could win except for the Pulitzer Prize.