It’s daring. It’s ridiculous. It’s clever. It’s contrived. It’s insightful. It’s frivolous. It’s entertaining. It’s maddening. Its impact can be profound.
And it’s what we love, whether or not it’s in a golden age.
StuntJournalism.net recommends, organizes, and celebrates the best and most interesting pieces of stunt journalism — and the writers and storytellers who risk danger, ridicule, and irritable bowel syndrome to make it. Here’s to the spirit of journalistic adventure, and eating only burritos for a week.
I’m an editor and writer who’s worked at USA Today, Aol, Travel Channel and other places. I once spent 24 hours in Margaritaville in the name of journalism.