“Despite flaws in his expectations of journalism, de Botton makes a number of astute observations about modern media.”
“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is to love and be loved in return.”
“This is the work of a skilled storyteller—a writer in control of her craft.”
We can carve journalism into two distinct cuts: the tough, chewy chuck of reporting and recording events and facts, and the sirloin of narrative.
“Newspaperman is part memoir, part history. . . .
Although The New Rules of Marketing and PR is an update of the 2007 first edition book of the same name, it can also be considered as a sequel to Jay Conrad Levinson’s seminal Guerilla Ma
“Understanding the man behind Fox News, how his juggernaut was assembled, and how it is captained shines a new light on news reporting—whether one leans port or starboard.”
Mention the news company, Al Jazeera, and it’s likely the response will not be without a strong opinion of the Qatar-based news network.
“. . . thorough, thoughtful, and exceptionally well written. . . . Page One is a most encompassing volume on the issue of the future of journalism and newspapers. . . .
“It's becoming increasingly difficult for anyone to see the world as it truly is.”
“Unlike most of the news stories we read these days, The Paris Correspondent provides a satisfying ending, with truth served and the honor of the journalism profession upheld—even
“Every Jew has a name.” So begins this historic work by Italian reporter Giulio Meotti.
“It’s comforting to know that the people we rely on care about us and their work with all their hearts.
(Bantam Dell, May 2009)
Norman Doidge’s book, The Brain That Changes Itself, helps to usher in a new branch of brain science called neuroplasticity.
It would be easy to write an Obama-backlash book using buzzwords and cliché ridden accounts of the right-wing talk show blather-babblers.
FIRST-TIME AUTHOR WRITES INSIDER’S VIEW OF NEWSPAPER BUSINESS would be the headline for The Imperfectionists, which begins each chapter with a different heading (some humorous and others m
“Understanding Autism offers an extremely useful overview of many of the issues currently being explored today in connection with autism. . . .