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David Denby Fades to New Yorker Black [Corrected] - Posted December 13, 2014
David Denby's first article for The New Yorker, published in 1993, was titled "Does Homer Have Legs?" It was all about the journalist returning to his Alma Mater Columbia University for a pair of literature courses. Denby would go on to fashion a book out of ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

David Denby Fades to New Yorker Black [Corrected] - Posted December 13, 2014
David Denby's first article for The New Yorker, published in 1993, was titled "Does Homer Have Legs?" It was all about the journalist returning to his Alma Mater Columbia University for a pair of literature courses. Denby would go on to fashion a book out of ... [FishbowlNY]

David Denby Looks Back at the Future of Movies - Posted September 28, 2012
At age 69, New Yorker film critic David Denby owns at least two marks of modern media distinction. He is not on Twitter, and he still gets to mete out erudite, long-form print media movie critiques. A collection of his magazine essays spanning 1999 to 2011 make up his latest book... [FishbowlLA]

New Book Reveals the Inside Scoop of Working at 'New Yorker' - Posted June 29, 2012
Want to know what it's like working at The New Yorker back in the day? Janet Groth, a former receptionist at the magazine, worked there for 21 years and outlined the comings and goings, triumphs and tribulations of the 18th floor... [TVNewser]

UCLA Prof Comments on Pauline Kael's Research Theft - Posted November 10, 2011
If UCLA professor emeritus Howard Suber one day finds himself sitting in a chair in his dying old age, muttering about a traumatic, formative turning point, his golden whispered word could well be "research." As detailed in ... [FishbowlLA]

UCLA Prof Comments on Pauline Kael's Research Theft - Posted November 10, 2011
If UCLA professor emeritus Howard Suber one day finds himself sitting in a chair in his dying old age, muttering about a traumatic, formative turning point, his golden whispered word could well be "research." As detailed in ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

UCLA Prof Comments on Pauline Kael's Research Theft - Posted November 10, 2011
If UCLA professor emeritus Howard Suber one day finds himself sitting in a chair in his dying old age, muttering about a traumatic, formative turning point, his golden whispered word could well be "research." As detailed in ... [FishbowlNY]

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