Ink Stained Wretch: A collection of thoughts, musings and caffeinated prose from an old journalist
by Eric Pulsifer
What happens to old journalists when they die?
Today's newsroom is so different that a true ink-stained wretch wouldn't recognize it. No loud typewriters. No clouds of smoke. No pica poles, no paste pots. You'd have to hunt around to even find any ink.
But still, the stories must be told. In this book, a true ink-stained wretch shares plenty of them.