The Secret To Writing Stronger Feature Articles
from Writer's Digest
When Esquire asked Gay Talese to write a piece on Frank Sinatra in 1965, he didn't want to do it. Everyone seemed to be writing about Sinatra. But the (now legendary) writer reluctantly took the assignment, traveling to Los Angeles only to find that he couldn’t even get an interview — Sinatra wasn't feeling well. Talese remained in L.A., hoping the crooner might recover and reconsider, and he began talking to many of the people around Sinatra — his friends, his associates, his family, his countless hangers-on — and observing the man himself wherever he could.
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