Editor's Notebook

Early in career as editor of The Superior Express, I was in a state of panic over what we were going to fill the paper with. It was Monday and I hadn't taken any pictures for that week's issue. According to the production schedule then being followed, all pictures for the week's edition were to be taken by Monday. Film was to be developed after supper on Monday night and hung to dry. The needed prints were to be made early Tuesday morning and ready to be sized and made into halftones by 8 a.m.

I asked my predecessor, Howard Crilly, how he handled such weeks. He said not to panic, something alw...


Reader Comments(0)

Rendered 07/14/2024 07:30