Working on ‘The Post’ Helped Me Pay Tribute to My Father the Newspaperman
I wish I could tell my dad that I worked to recreate the newsroom. That people still think newspaper stories—and stories about newspapers—are worth telling.
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Anna Weber is an art department coordinator for film and television in NYC, as well as occasional producer, writer, and creative craftsman. In a past life, she proudly co-produced the Chicago reading series "The Paper Machete," and was a semifinalist in the Final Draft Big Break screenwriting competition.
She is a graduate of several Catapult creative writing classes and holds an MA from Northwestern University and BA from Truman State University.
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