Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
A Safe Place to Learn and Grow: This project brings young readers to Bangladesh as TFK visits arts and education programs designed to give Rohingya refugee children a sense of stability and hope for the future in uncertain times. (August, 2018)
Meet the Journalist (September, 2018)
Children of the Incarcerated: This project explores how children and parents can stay connected during a period of incarceration, and what people do to help kids with parents in jail or prison feel safe, protected, and accepted. (August, 2018)
Meet the Journalist (December 7, 2018)
A Special Kind of School: What does it mean to be a refugee? What is it like to live in and go to school at a refugee camp? “A Special Kind of School” takes young readers to Kenya to visit the classrooms of refugee students. (April, 2018)
Meet the Journalist (May, 2018)
Moonshine: A Cultural History of America’s Infamous Liquor
Los Angeles Times, Celebrating late bloomers with 35 over 35 (December 30, 2014)
THE GROWLER Q & A with Jaime Joyce
PUNCHDRINK.COM A Look at Spring/Summer 2014 Wine, Spirits & Cocktails Books
Punch included MOONSHINE in its list of the “most exciting drinks books to be released this spring and summer.
“Burn” | The Big Roundtable
Approx. 50 minutes reading time – 10,164 words | Read the piece
THEJOURNAL.IE Sitdown Sunday: The 20 Deadliest Reads of 2013
Jaime Joyce looks at the prison inmates who died fighting the Dude Fire in Arizona in 1990, and the families who struggled for justice in the wake of their deaths. What motivated the men to take on the challenge – and what happened when they could fight the fire no more?
WILDFIRETODAY.COM “A fresh look at the tragic Dude Fire”
“Reading articles like the one written by Ms. Joyce can also impress upon a firefighter, especially those in the early part of their careers, that things CAN go wrong, horribly wrong, and how important it is to be responsible for your own safety (if you SEE something, SAY something) and to maintain situational awareness.
Ms. Joyce’s account, published at The Big Roundtable, brings to light details that would not normally be found in government reports — it shines a light on the accident from a different perspective. It also covers the battles fought by survivors and the victims’ families for various forms of restitution, largely futile, that persisted for years after the smoke cleared.”
THEJOURNAL.IE Sitdown Sunday: 7 Deadly Reads
“Kill Me Now” | BuzzFeed and The Big Roundtable
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VANITY FAIR CONFIDENTIAL Angel of Death (Season 2 series finale)
THE WASHINGTON POST 10 BuzzFeed stories the company should turn into feature films