Nancy Shulins’ writing has been included in several anthologies used to teach journalism and writing.

They are:

Literary Journalism

Literary Journalism, A Reader

Nancy’s Tender Merciesappeared in this anthology along with others of “the finest journalists of the twentieth century,” including Ernie Pyle, John Updike, Tom Wolfe, Truman Capote, Hunter Thompson and Joan Didion.

Her heart-wrenching look at the tragic suicide of a 12-year-old boy appeared in newspapers nationwide.

Choosing to Emerge

Choosing to Emerge as readers and writers: A Multicultural Reader

Nancy’s Hell on Wheelswas included in this “extraordinary collection of writers” on topics related to self-discovery and achievement.

The story is about a young man who, with a little help from his friends, overcame his cerebral palsy to graduate from college.

Other notable writers in the anthology were Maya Angelou, Isaac Asimov, Richard Brautigan, Langston Hughes and Gail Sheehy.

Telling Stories Taking Risks

Telling Stories Taking Risks:
Journalism Writing at the Century’s Edge

Nancy’s Timeless Lovewas included with the work of dozens of other top feature writers “committed to craft.”

It’s a story about culture clash and the attraction of home as framed by the marriage of a woman from a Stone Age tribe and an anthropologist from New Jersey.