During Tom French’s session yesterday, he mentioned a Washington Post story by Anne Hull as an example of fine narrative journalism. It was about about a woman and her grandson walking down a road in the days after Katrina. I read it this morning and couldn’t agree more.  I doubt that many of the countless stories written about Katrina did a better job than this short two-page feature at showing the impact of the storm on the people of New Orleans.  Take a minute and read “Hitchhiking From Squalor to Anywhere Else