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Posts Tagged ‘Frank Rich’

Lost Wax Micro Fiction Collective Gets Booked

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The Lost Wax Micro Fiction Collective will host an introductory meeting on Thursday, March 28th starting at 8 p.m. in Los Angeles. Check it out: “Meetings will follow a format of share and critique and then inspiration discussion based on a particular theme that will inform the next meeting’s work.” (Los Angeles, CA)

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Frank Rich Leaves NYT for New York Magazine

Author and columnist Frank Rich will join New York magazine as an essayist and editor-at-large. He will start his new position in June.

Rich is the author of a number of books, including The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth from 9/11 to Katrina and  the memoir Ghost Light.

New York editor-in-chief Adam Moss had this statement: “Frank Rich is a giant — a powerhouse critic of politics and culture, a rigorous thinker, a glorious stylist, a skeptic and optimist at the same time. There is just no one like him in American journalism,” said . “He is also a friend. I have had the privilege to work with him for almost 25 years. Since the day I came to New York, I have hoped I could persuade him to join us here. I’m ecstatic that he will now be bringing his wisdom to our growing audience. This is a very big day for New York.”

New York Times Publishes WikiLeaks eBook

The New York Times has released an eBook covering the WikiLeaks scandal entitled Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy. The newspaper cut an exclusive deal with Barnes & Noble, and the title will only be available on the Nook.

eBookNewser reports: “The book chronicles important documents from WikiLeaks story and the controversy that came about as the stories were leaked to the press. The eBook comes out later this week for $5.99.”

Maureen Dowd and Frank Rich will both have opinion pieces included in the book. Senior editor Alexander Star edited the book.

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