Stories by Doug Casement

And the first shall be last …

Asking questions can be a dangerous business at times. Of course, journalists usually have some immunity as it’s normally us doing the asking. So when we deliberately go out and ask lots of questions about ourselves, we are understandably nervous about the outcome.


I've finally figured out the real appeal of being the editor: it's the joy of having a bright idea -- immediately followed by the delight of delegating it to somebody else to research and write.