Aspiring writers and readers who love narrative journalism and nonfiction may particularly appreciate Nieman Storyboard, a publication of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. This resource "showcases exceptional narrative journalism and explores the future of nonfiction storytelling," offering readers a unique view into great journalism and how it came into being. Nieman Storyboard features a number of regular columns, such as Why's This So Good?, which recently delved into Lizzie Johnson's reporting on the Camp Fire for the San Francisco Chronicle, and Annotation Tuesday!, which gives readers an inside peek into the journalistic process through questions and answers with a story's writer or editor alongside the finished piece. In addition to these and other regular sections, Nieman Storyboard "also features interviews with writers, coverage of literary conferences and events, and posts on narrative technique from veteran storytellers." Nieman Storyboard is edited by Jacqui Banaszynski, a Pulitzer-winning journalist and faculty fellow at the Poynter Institute. Interested readers can subscribe to receive weekly updates via email or RSS feed.