London: Verso [the imprint of New Left Books], 2011. First Published by Verso 2011 [stated]. First Printing [stated]. Hardcover. , 453,  pages. Illustrations. Notes. Index. Signed by both authors on the title page. Juan González is an American progressive broadcast journalist and investigative reporter. He was also a columnist for the New York Daily News from 1987 to 2016. He frequently co-hosts the radio and television program Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman. Whilst working for the New York Daily News, González won his first George Polk Award in 1998 for "unflinching" investigative reporting. He is former president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, for which he created the Parity Project, an innovative program designed to help news organizations recruit and retain Hispanic reporters and managers. In 2008, The National Association of Hispanic Journalists inducted González into the organization's Hall of Fame.
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New York: Grove Press, 1993. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xvi, 448 pages. Cast of Characters. Footnotes. Notes. Select Bibliography. Index. Inscribed by the author on the fep. Inscription reads Sheila--You helped me with this book a great deal. Thanks again! Bryan. Bryan Gruley (born November 1957) is an American writer. He has shared a Pulitzer Prize for journalism and been nominated for the "first novel" Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America. Gruley studied at the University of Notre Dame where he majored in American Studies and graduated in 1979. Gruley has been a reporter for Bloomberg News, writing long form features for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine. He worked more than 15 years for The Wall Street Journal including seven years as Chicago bureau chief. With the Journal, he also helped cover breaking news including the September 11 World Trade Center attack, and shared in the staff's Pulitzer Prize for that work, which cited "its comprehensive and insightful coverage, executed under the most difficult circumstances, of the terrorist attack on New York City, which recounted the day's events and their implications for the future." Gruley's first novel, Starvation Lake: a mystery, was published in 2009 as a trade paperback original by the Touchstone Books imprint of Simon & Schuster. It is set in the fictional town of Starvation Lake. The novel begins when the snowmobile of a long-missing youth hockey coach "washes up on the icy shores". Two sequels have followed in the Starvation Lake series, The Hanging Tree and The Skeleton Box. As of May 2013 Gruley is working on a new novel set in a different town with different characters.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1964. 502, notes, bibliography, index, marginal pencil underlining on a few pgs, lib stamps, due slip, & pocket, DJ in plastic sleeve tape stains inside flyleaves, rear DJ soiled, library call number on DJ spine. The rise of the independent foreign correspondent in the Western world. There are many references to the Spanish-American War.
New York: Random House, c1997. First Edition. Second Printing. Hardcover. 25 cm, 333 pages. Slight wear and soiling to DJ. Signed by the author. The author worked as journalist/editor for The Washington Post. This book is a searingly realistic account of what happens when a spy is suspected of working in the newsroom of a great American newspaper.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. First Edition [stated], presumed first printing. Hardcover. xii, 430, xvi,  pages. Illustrations. Footnotes. Index. DJ worn, torn, chipped and soiled. The Baltimore Sun is the largest general-circulation daily newspaper based in the American state of Maryland and provides coverage of local and regional news, events, issues, people, and industries. Founded in 1837, it is owned by tronc (formerly known as Tribune Publishing). The Sun was founded on May 17, 1837, by printer/publisher Arunah Shepherdson Abell (1806–1888) and two associates, William M. Swain (1809–1868) and Azariah H. Simmons, recently from Philadelphia, where they had started and published the Philadelphia Public Ledger. Abell was born in Rhode Island, where he began journalism with the Providence Patriot. He later worked with newspapers in New York City and Boston. The Abell family owned The Sun until 1910, when the local Black and Garrett families gained a controlling interest; they retained the name A. S. Abell Company for the parent company.
New York: Times Books, 1993. First Edition. Second Printing. Hardcover. 420 pages. Sources, index. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author. The author, press critic for The Washington Post, argues that the press has sacrificed its credibility while failing to stem the tide of newspaper closings.
New York: Times Books, 1993. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. , 420,  pages. Sources. Index. Signed by the author with sentiment on fep side facing half-title page. Howard Alan Kurtz (born August 1, 1953) is an American journalist and author best known for his coverage of the media. Kurtz is the host of Fox News's Media Buzz program, the successor to Fox News Watch. He is the former media writer for The Washington Post and the former Washington bureau chief for The Daily Beast. He has written five books about the media. Kurtz left CNN and joined Fox News in 2013. Media Circus: The Trouble with America's Newspapers identifies problems afflicting U.S. newspapers and offers suggestions. Among issues identified are timid leadership, a spreading tabloid approach to news with a growing focus on celebrities and personal scandal, poor coverage of racial issues and the Persian Gulf war, increasing bureaucracy and a pasteurization of the news.
New York: Times Books, 1993. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. , 420,  pages. Includes introduction, sources, and index. Signed by the author with a comment, on the free front paper facing the half title. Comment reads: Best Wishes, from a member of the circus--Howard Kurtz. Howard Alan Kurtz (born August 1, 1953) is an American journalist and author best known for his coverage of the media. Kurtz is the host of Fox News's Media Buzz program, the successor to Fox News Watch. He is the former media writer for The Washington Post and the former Washington bureau chief for The Daily Beast. He has written five books about the media. Kurtz left CNN and joined Fox News in 2013. After college, Kurtz moved to Washington D.C. to work as a reporter for syndicated columnist Jack Anderson. Kurtz left Anderson to join the Washington. Kurtz was hired at The Washington Post by Bob Woodward . Kurtz has also written for The New Republic and New York magazine.