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    Worlds Ago: A Memoir of My Journeying Years by Walter Laqueur    Bullets and Bylines: From the Frontlines of Kabul, Delhi, Damascus and Beyond by Shyam Bhatia    87 and Still Wandering About by Reg Green    Daisies Don't Lie: Misadventures in Journalism: The Making of a Feminist by Nancy Louise Lewis    Writing the War: Chronicles of a World War II Correspondent by Anne Kiley    Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up with Hunter S. Thompson by Juan F. Thompson    From Crack to Christ, As It Was Writt(i)n - Journal Entries by M. H. S. Edwina Bell    Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship by Anjan Sundaram    Notes of a Newsman: Witness to a Changing Scotland by John MacKay    Cast of Characters: Wolcott Gibbs, E. B. White, James Thurber, and the Golden Age of The New Yorker by Thomas Vinciguerra    Natural Born Keller by Amanda Keller    Before Rupert: Keith Murdoch and the Birth of a Dynasty by Tom DC Roberts    A Path Through Hard Grass: A Journalist?s Memories of Exile and Apartheid by Ruth Weiss    The Art of the Publisher by Roberto Calasso    Truth: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power by Mary Mapes    Heroes to the End: An Army Correspondent's Last Days in Vietnam by Jim Smith    Hemingway in Love: His Own Story by A. E. Hotchner    Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On to Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour by Amy Robach    Mary McGrory: The First Queen of Journalism by John Norris    Unlikely Love Stories by Mike McCardell    Wondering and Wandering in the West: A Foreign Scholar's Record from Oxford and Columbia Universities by Qingjuan Li    Listening to the Jar Flies: Growing Up in Wheaton and Rocky Comfort by Jimmy R. Lewis    Adventures in Solitude: What Not to Wear to a Nude Potluck and Other Stories from Desolation Sound by Grant Lawrence    Greg Dyke: My Part in his Downfall: Days and Awaydays in BBC News 2001-2004 by Chris Moore    War and Politics by Other Means: A Journalist's Memoir by Shelby Scates    The Rescue of Miss Yaskell and Other Pipe Dreams by Russell Baker    So This is Depravity by Russell Baker    The Good Times by Russell Baker    Into My Own: The Remarkable People and Events that Shaped a Life by Roger Kahn    Getting Real by Gretchen Carlson    The Pen Is Mightier: The Muckraking Life of Charles Edward Russell by Robert Miraldi    Drinking the Sea at Gaza: Days and Nights in a Land Under Siege by Amira Hass    "Literchoor Is My Beat": A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions by Ian S. MacNiven    Angry Optimist: The Life and Times of Jon Stewart by Lisa Rogak    How About Never - Is Never Good for You? My Life in Cartoons by Bob Mankoff    The Lady Upstairs: Dorothy Schiff and the New York Post by Marilyn Nissenson    The Man Who Would Not Shut Up: The Rise of Bill O'Reilly by Marvin Kitman    Play It Again: An Amateur Against the Impossible by Alan Rusbridger    Shouting Won't Help: Why I - and 50 Million Other Americans - Can't Hear You by Katherine Bouton    Inventing Elsa Maxwell: How an Irrepressible Nobody Conquered High Society, Hollywood, the Press, and the World by Sam Staggs    Mike Wallace: A Life by Peter Rader    The Tender Hour of Twilight: Paris in the '50s, New York in the '60s: A Memoir of Publishing's Golden Age by Richard Seaver    In the Long Run: A Father, a Son, and Unintentional Lessons in Happiness by Jim Axelrod    Portable Prairie: Confessions of an Unsettled Midwesterner by M. J. Andersen    The Spiders of Allah: Travels of an Unbeliever on the Frontline of Holy War by James Hider    Are You Somebody? The Accidental Memoir of a Dublin Woman by Nuala O'Faolain    Restless Genius: Barney Kilgore, The Wall Street Journal, and the Invention of Modern Journalism by Richard J. Tofel    Breaking News: A Stunning and Memorable Account of Reporting from Some of the Most Dangerous Places in the World by Martin Fletcher    Front Row: Anna Wintour: What Lies Beneath the Chic Exterior of Vogue's Editor in Chief by Jerry Oppenheimer    Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power by Mary Mapes

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"Literchoor Is My Beat": A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions

"Literchoor Is My Beat": A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions by Ian S. MacNiven

A biography--thoughtful and playful--of the man who founded New Directions and transformed American publishing

James Laughlin--poet, publisher, world-class skier--was the man behind some of the most daring, revolutionary works in verse and prose of the twentieth century. As the founder of New Directions, he published Ezra Pound's The Cantos and William Carlos Williams's Paterson; he brought Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges to an American audience. Throughout his life, this tall, charismatic intellectual, athlete, and entrepreneur preferred to stay hidden. But no longer--in "Literchoor Is My...

Ian S. MacNiven31 May 2015$38.99

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87 and Still Wandering About

87 and Still Wandering About by Reg Green"Reg Green is a pitch-perfect writer and these highly-entertaining essays allow us to accompany him as he hikes along mountain trails, braves raging rapids and makes his way through a remarkably rewarding life." -Robert Kiener, senior writer, Reader's Digest "For nearly 50 years, I have reveled in the friendship of Reg Green. He is adventurous, funny and mischievous -- sometimes all at once. Reg is irrepressible. A transplanted Fleet Street journalist, nowadays you can find him -- if you can keep up -- hiking alone in the San Gabriel Mountains, near his home in Southern California. He sets a...
Reg Green14 Jan 2016$3.99

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888 Days in Biafra

888 Days in Biafra by Samuel Enadeghe UmweniNo book about the Nigerian civil war has up to date provided as revealing an account of the prison conditions of wartime "Biafra." In this book, Engr. Sam Umweni, then Officer-in-Charge of Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation in Benin, chronicles his abduction and survival under detention by Biafran rebel troops who had invaded the Midwest region from across the River Niger on August 9, 1967. Along with Messrs Joseph Imokhuede (Head of the Midwest Civil Service), Joseph Adeola (Commissioner of Police, Midwest) and Olu Akpata (Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade and Industry), he remained in...
Samuel Enadeghe Umweni24 Feb 2010$6.00

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A Life in Motion

A Life in Motion by Florence HoweFounder of the Feminist Press tells her life story as an activist, scholar, and publisher.
Florence Howe21 Nov 2011$24.95

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A Man and His Words

A Man and His Words by J. Patrick BoyerRobert Boyer is an author, researcher, editor, and public speaker; a member of the Ontario Legislature for 17 years; and the first vice-chairman of Ontario Hydro.
J. Patrick Boyer20 Oct 2013$11.99

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A Paler Shade of Red: Memoirs of a Radical

A Paler Shade of Red: Memoirs of a Radical by W. E. Gutman

An epic work of remarkable scope, vigor and passion, W. E. Gutman's latest book is acerbic, iconoclastic and disquieting. In this memoir, he chronicles his life with eloquent, engaging prose that will resonate with readers long after they turn the last page. The palpable sense of wonder and discovery peppered with dark humor and great humanity, is reminiscent of Nabokov's Speak Memory and Proust's Remembrance of Things Past. This honest, often self-critical account of the author's ups and downs as a wanderer and journalist makes A Paler Shade of Red great literature.

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W. E. Gutman23 Aug 2012$9.95

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A Path Through Hard Grass: A Journalist?s Memories of Exile and Apartheid

A Path Through Hard Grass: A Journalist?s Memories of Exile and Apartheid by Ruth WeissA child of a Jewish family fleeing Nazi-Germany and settling in apartheid South Africa in the 1930s, Ruth Weiss?' journalistic career starts in Johannesburg of the 1950s. In 1968 banned from her home country, and then also from Rhodesia for her critical investigative journalism, she starts reporting from Lusaka, London and Cologne on virtually all issues which affect the newly independent African countries. Peasants and national leaders in southern Africa ? Ruth Weiss met them all, travelling through Africa at a time when it was neither usual for a woman to do so, nor to report for economic...
Ruth Weiss25 Oct 2015$30.40

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A Rope and a Prayer: The Story of a Kidnapping

A Rope and a Prayer: The Story of a Kidnapping by David Rohde & Kristen MulvihillThe compelling and insightful account of a New York Times reporter's abduction by the Taliban, and his wife's struggle to free him.

In November 2008, David Rohde, a Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for The New York Times, was kidnapped by the Taliban and held captive for seven months in the tribal areas of Pakistan. In the process, Rohde became the first American to witness how Pakistan's powerful military turns a blind eye toward a Taliban ministate thriving inside its borders. In New York, David's wife Kristen Mulvihill, together with his family, kept the kidnapping secret for David's...

David Rohde &
Kristen Mulvihill
9 Nov 2014$16.00

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A Russian Diary: A Journalist's Final Account of Life, Corruption, and Death in Putin's Russia

A Russian Diary: A Journalist's Final Account of Life, Corruption, and Death in Putin's Russia by Anna PolitkovskayaAnna Politkovskaya, one of Russia's most fearless journalists, was gunned down in a contract killing in Moscow in the fall of 2006. Just before her death, Politkovskaya completed this searing, intimate record of life in Russia from the parliamentary elections of December 2003 to the grim summer of 2005, when the nation was still reeling from the horrors of the Beslan school siege. In A Russian Diary, Politkovskaya dares to tell the truth about the devastation of Russia under Vladimir Putin–a truth all the more urgent since her tragic death.
Writing with unflinching clarity, Politkovskaya depicts...
Anna Politkovskaya25 Oct 2014$25.95

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A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran

A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran by Shane Bauer & Sarah Shourd & Joshua Fattal

Three Americans captured by Iranian forces and held in captivity for years reveal, for the first time, the full story of their imprisonment and fight for freedom.

Shane Bauer &
Sarah Shourd &
Joshua Fattal
1 Mar 2014$14.95

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A Talk in the Park

A Talk in the Park by Curt Smith
Curt Smith1 Apr 2012$27.50

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A Voice in the Box

A Voice in the Box by Bob EdwardsThe host of The Bob Edwards Show and Bob Edwards Weekend on Sirius XM Radio, Bob Edwards became the first radio personality with a large national audience to take his chances in the new field of satellite radio. The programs' mix of long-form interviews and news documentaries has won many prestigious awards. For thirty years, Louisville native Edwards was the voice of National Public Radio's daily newsmagazine programs, co-hosting All Things Considered before launching Morning Edition in 1979. These programs built NPR's national audience while also bringing Edwards to national prominence. In...
Bob Edwards27 Aug 2011$21.95

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A Writer at War: A Soviet Journalist with the Red Army, 1941-1945

A Writer at War: A Soviet Journalist with the Red Army, 1941-1945 by Vasily GrossmanWhen the Germans invaded Russia in 1941, Vasily Grossman became a special correspondent for the Red Star, the Soviet Army's newspaper, and reported from the frontlines of the war. A Writer at War depicts in vivid detail the crushing conditions on the Eastern Front, and the lives and deaths of soldiers and civilians alike. Witnessing some of the most savage fighting of the war, Grossman saw firsthand the repeated early defeats of the Red Army, the brutal street fighting in Stalingrad, the Battle of Kursk (the largest tank engagement in history), the defense of Moscow, the battles in Ukraine,...
Vasily Grossman30 Oct 2014$17.95

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A Writer's Life

A Writer's Life by Gay TaleseThe inner workings of a writer's life, the interplay between experience and writing, are brilliantly recounted by a master of the art. Gay Talese now focuses on his own life—the zeal for the truth, the narrative edge, the sometimes startling precision, that won accolades for his journalism and best-sellerdom and acclaim for his revelatory books about The New York Times (The Kingdom and the Power), the Mafia (Honor Thy Father), the sex industry (Thy Neighbor's Wife), and, focusing on his own family, the American immigrant experience (Unto the Sons).

How has Talese found his subjects? What has...
Gay Talese1 Nov 2014$17.00

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Adventures in Solitude: What Not to Wear to a Nude Potluck and Other Stories from Desolation Sound

Adventures in Solitude: What Not to Wear to a Nude Potluck and Other Stories from Desolation Sound by Grant LawrenceFrom Captain George Vancouver to Muriel “Curve of Time" Blanchet to Jim “Spilsbury's Coast" Spilsbury, visitors to Desolation Sound have left behind a trail of books endowing the area with a romantic aura that helps to make it British Columbia's most popular marine park. In this hilarious and captivating book, CBC personality Grant Lawrence adds a whole new chapter to the saga of this storied piece of BC coastline.

Young Grant's father bought a piece of land next to the park in the 1970s, just in time to encounter the gun-toting cougar lady, left-over hippies, outlaw bikers and an assortment...

Grant Lawrence17 Aug 2015$26.95

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Adventures Within: Confessions of an Inner World Journalist

Adventures Within: Confessions of an Inner World Journalist by Joe Vitale
Joe Vitale27 Sep 2013$9.95

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Alistair Cooke

Alistair Cooke by Nick CookeOne of the preeminent journalists of the twentieth century, Alistair Cooke has enjoyed a truly extraordinary career in print, radio, and television. Born into a working-class family and christened Alfred, Cooke swiftly broke free of his modest origins and became the foremost commentator on American life and politics, first for the British press and eventually for the entire world. Alistair Cooke: A Biography is both a fascinating record of one man's determination to reinvent himself and a lively and informative journey through the highways and byways of the twentieth century.
Nick Cooke21 Oct 2014$35.00

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Am I Getting Paid for This? Memoir of A Career Girl

Am I Getting Paid for This? Memoir of A Career Girl by Betty RollinWhen Betty Rollin graduated from college in the late 1950s, she couldn't find a husband and she didn't want to be a secretary. So, in the days before women's liberation, she started a career—or, as she puts it, “fell into—then groped my way in and out of—three careers."

Am I Getting Paid For This? is a love story about work by the author of First, You Cry. It is the part funny, part not-so-funny story of her three careers—first acting, then writing, then television news broadcasting at NBC—and what work itself came to mean to Betty Rollin.

Recreating the confusion and unhappiness as well as the...

Betty Rollin3 Oct 2014$5.99

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Am I Sane Yet? An Insider's Look at Mental Illness

Am I Sane Yet? An Insider's Look at Mental Illness by John ScullyAward-winning journalist John Scully has been committed to mental institutions seven times. He has been locked up. He has attempted suicide. Am I Sane Yet? is essential reading for anyone interested in depression and mental illness. John Scully is getting better.
John Scully18 Apr 2013$24.99

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American Radical: The Life and Times of I. F. Stone

American Radical: The Life and Times of I. F. Stone by D. D. Guttenplan

Popular Front columnist and New Deal propagandist. Fearless opponent of McCarthyism and feared scourge of official liars. Enterprising, independent reporter and avid amateur classicist. As D.D. Guttenplan puts it in his compelling book, I.F. Stone did what few in his profession could--he always thought for himself. America's most celebrated investigative journalist himself remains something of a mystery, however. Born Isidor Feinstein in Philadelphia, raised in rural New Jersey, by the age of 25 this college drop-out was already an influential newsman, and enjoying extraordinary access to key...

D. D. Guttenplan8 May 2015$8.99

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