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America’s story has always been best told in its newspapers. From the local and mundane– crime blotters, crop prices, and Sunday sermons– to the Federalist Papers and Watergate, the press has played an outsized role in our nation’s culture and history.
Now in its fifth hardcover printing, Deadline Artists celebrates the relevance of the newspaper column through the simple power of excellent writing. It is an inspiration for a new generation of writers whether their medium is print or digitallooking to learn from the best of their predecessors.
Contributors include: Jimmy Breslin, Ernie Pyle, Dorothy Thompson, Thomas L. Friedman, David Brooks, Ernest Hemingway, Will Rogers, Langston Hughes, Woody Guthrie, Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, H.L. Mencken, Art Buchwald, William F. Buckley, Dave Barry, Anna Quindlen, George Will, and Pete Hamill.
|Publisher:||The Overlook Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
John Avlon is a senior columnist for Newsweek and The Daily Beast as well as a CNN contributor. He lives in New York City.
Jesse Angelo is Publisher of the New York Post and lives in New York City
Errol Louis is the political anchor of NY1 News, where he hosts the nightly program "Inside City Hall." He lives in New York City
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I bought this book as a gift for my daughter-in-law who is a journalist. I had to thumb through it, of course, and ended up reading every word. Well-chosen columns and wonderful writing, some of which I remembered from their original publications. I loved this, and so will its recipient when I finally get it to her.
I love this book! My favorite thing growing up was taking the newspaper in the morning and lying on the living room floor reading it. If you;re anything like me...or you know someone like me...get this book. It's a compendium of the best work of the best newspaper columnists of all time. The three editors are all columnists in their own right, and it strikes me as both a labor of love and a remarkable documentation of an art form changing radically in the age of the Internet. Politics, sports, tragedy, humanity.this book is frankly like addicting popcorn for any longtime fan of newspapers and/or plain great writing.