Longform's Best of 2011 - Longform Best of 2011.
Over the course of six weeks, we will work on developing one or two longform essays. We'll explore what we can’t stop thinking about: the things about the world that confuse us, obsess us, or keep us up at night. To inform our writing, we will draw on personal experiences, current events, statistics, art, music, literature, movies, TV, and.
The long read: From Mexico to Malta, attacks on journalists and publishers have proved deadly to individuals and chilling to broader freedoms.And now Covid-19 is being used as an excuse to silence.
We recommended 1,453 articles this year, from 1,210 writers and 360 publications. They were read nearly 20 million times. These were our favorites.
The site’s other long-form essays typically get in the range of 300,000 to 600,000 shares each. Even the lowest performing articles boast share numbers in the mid-five-figures. advertisement.
Longform's Best of 2011 was edited by Max Linsky and Aaron Lammer. Contributors: Anne Garrett, Alexandra Lange, Elon Green, Gretchen Gavett, Kate Silver, Alan Siegel and Kerem Ozkan. Previously: Longform's Best of 2010.
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Long-form definition, noting or relating to journalistic content or a genre of journalism characterized by stories or essays that are several thousand words long, typically combining factual reporting with a narrative and empathetic style: A long-form article can illuminate and humanize your subject. See more.