What happens when you discover a secret that’s been carefully hidden in a family’s history? What should a reporter do when she finds out the truth? What are the ethical, moral and creative questions at play when investigating family tragedies and secrets?
Joanne Drayton, Logan Nonfiction Alumna, will discuss the process of uncovering hidden facts, including family secrets like murder, tragedy and homosexuality for her most recent book, “Hudson & Halls: The Food of Love.” She will also talk about her reporting process, the ethical implications she faced and the decision to publish. Q&A and publication celebration to follow. This event is presented as part of new Carey on Tap Series.