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Today I received both an email and Facebook message from Paul Gill, the Irishman of yesteryear who was going to be the subject of a profile piece in Ireland. He’d read the blog apparently (fantastic!) and wanted to share some of his thoughts with me on his walk and Ireland’s blasphemy law. By hitting the [...]

Paul Gill didn’t pan out. I wish I were more surprised. The more I’ve had a chance to think about my concept for the piece over the last few days, the more I’ve come to terms — no, not come to terms but to agree with the decision to terminate it early on. I’m still [...]

In my limited experiences as a journalist, I’ve discovered that it’s great when a story gives you the exact sources you need to make it work. It’s even better when that story gives you sources for yet another piece. This is how I found Paul Gill. While doing research on religious groups for a story [...]