The tabloid's front page four days after the 1989 tragedy included unsubstantiated police claims that Liverpool fans had urinated on rescue workers and officers and pickpocketing victims.

The Sun 's report caused widespread revulsion in the city and led to an almost-total boycott of the paper on Merseyside that still exists to this day.

Unlike a number of other newspapers, which made clear that they were reporting police claims about the fans' conduct, The Sun reported the claims as established fact.

The tabloid's front page four days after the 1989 tragedy included unsubstantiated police claims that Liverpool fans had urinated on rescue workers and officers and pickpocketing victims.

The Sun 's report caused widespread revulsion in the city and led to an almost-total boycott of the paper on Merseyside that still exists to this day.

Unlike a number of other newspapers, which made clear that they were reporting police claims about the fans' conduct, The Sun reported the claims as established fact.

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The following is an excerpt from a talk I gave earlier this year at a Sun writing retreat, the theme of which was “Into the Fire: The Alchemy of Personal Writing.” I thought my comments might be of interest not only to writers but to readers of The Sun who value the kind of personal writing we publish.

In a thoughtful book called One Continuous Mistake: Four Noble Truths for Writers , Gail Sher encourages anyone who feels compelled to write to develop a daily writing practice. That’s because “1. Writers write. 2. Writing is a process. 3. You don’t know what your writing will be until the end of the process. 4. If writing is your practice, the only way to fail is not to write.”

The first is Irina Ratushinskaya, a dissident poet who was imprisoned in the Soviet Union in the 1980s. Prohibited from having writing materials, she continued to write poems by secretly carving them into a bar of soap with a burned matchstick. After she wrote each poem, she would read it again and again until she’d memorized it. Then she’d wash her hands with the soap, and the poem would be gone. In the course of her three-and-a-half-year imprisonment, she managed to write 250 poems this way.

The tabloid's front page four days after the 1989 tragedy included unsubstantiated police claims that Liverpool fans had urinated on rescue workers and officers and pickpocketing victims.

The Sun 's report caused widespread revulsion in the city and led to an almost-total boycott of the paper on Merseyside that still exists to this day.

Unlike a number of other newspapers, which made clear that they were reporting police claims about the fans' conduct, The Sun reported the claims as established fact.

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