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A local journalist/artist, a friend of mine, sells prints of this ink drawing. When I gave one (in a plain metal frame) to an editor I know to lift her spirits during the pandemic, it did the trick.
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I asked openai - for book recommendations - here's what it came back with:
I’d save it for a less auspicious occasion, but this is the book to give a reporter who already has the chops to land a job at a major national daily:
It’s short, it’s sharp, it’s funny, it’s wise, it’s humane, and it can be picked up and put down at will. Even better, it has almost nothing to do with work, other than reminding you why you’re not all that.
a professional-looking backpack, a set of reporter notebooks, and some good pens (the latter is a very subjective choice).
Reporter notebooks, for sure. Staples often has packs. And I second the vote for pens, if you can find out the person’s favorites. Personally, I’ve always preferred old school clear blue ink Bics, but pens for writers are like pizza and Chinese food. So, so subjective.
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If you are a journalist, can you please recommend a career-relevant congratulations gift for a young adult who just landed a reporting job at a major national daily? Thank you!