Janet Maslin

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More Roger Ailes Bio Reviews: 'Disingenuous,' Unmemorable - Posted January 20, 2014
The New York Times made room for a second book review of the Gabriel Sherman unauthorized biography of Fox N... [TVNewser]

Roger Ebert Has Died - Posted April 4, 2013
The great film critic and author Roger Ebert has died. The Chicago Sun-Times reported the sad news. You can fi... [GalleyCat]

NYT Book Review Generates Correction & Email for Fictional Character - Posted July 6, 2012
When Janet Maslin reviewed This Bright River by Patrick Somerville recently, the novelist discovered that the critic had misread a crucia... [GalleyCat]

LA Author Still Dissecting Breakfast at Tiffany's - Posted January 13, 2011
Because the subject matter is Audrey Hepburn, there really is no end to the shelf life of a 2010 book about one of ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Author Still Dissecting Breakfast at Tiffany's - Posted January 13, 2011
Because the subject matter is Audrey Hepburn, there really is no end to the shelf life of a 2010 book about one of ... [GalleyCat]

NY Times Breaks Dan Brown Embargo - Posted September 14, 2009
For the second time in a week, the NY Times has broken an embargo placed on a hotly-anticipated novel. Last night Janet Maslin published her review of "The Lost Symbol" on the site, breaking Random House's embargo deadline of Se... [GalleyCat]

More NYT Books Coverage - Posted June 21, 2007
For some reason there's been a boatload of books-related coverage at the New York Times, including: Dana Bowen's trend piece on the relationship between books and farming Joyce Wadler taking a peek inside Susanna Moore's home Paul Vitello on... [GalleyCat]

Janet Maslin Discovers Da Vinci Code Knockoffs Years After Everybody Else - Posted February 16, 2007
Clearly, Janet Maslin isn't terribly au courant with the publishing industry. Granted, reading all those books for review is enough to eat up anyone's time, but I can't help but be a touch embarrassed for her - or perhaps more accurately, her editor at the daily arts section - for assigning... [GalleyCat]

Appreciating Sidney Sheldon - Posted February 2, 2007
Both the New York Times and Los Angeles Times pay tribute to Sidney Sheldon, the bestselling popular fiction writer who died earlier this week. "Sartre and star fever, side b... [GalleyCat]

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