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Posts Tagged ‘Jeremy Scahill’

A Book Advance Won’t Change Your Life

Unless you are one of the very lucky few who win the book deal lottery, a book advance won’t change your life.

In a recent Media Beat interview (embedded above), The Nation‘s national security correspondent and a New York Times bestselling author Jeremy Scahill broke down how quickly a book advance can disappear–even before taxes.

Most recently, Scahill wrote Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield for Nation Books.

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Media Beat: Jeremy Scahill Talks About Why He Wrote His First Book

Jeremy Scahill is the National Security Correspondent for The Nation and a New York Times bestselling author.

Scahill told 10,000 words contributor Mona Zhang what lead to his first book about Blackwater and how an investigation in to a night raid by US Joint Special Operations Command became the driving force behind his new film “Dirty Wars.”

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Media Beat: Jeremy Scahill, ‘No One’s an Objective Journalist’

Jeremy Scahill, National Security Correspondent for The Nation and New York Times bestselling author, recently sat down with 10,000 words contributor Mona Zhang to talk about his new film “Dirty Wars,” which is based on the book of the same name.

Scahill tells mediabistroTV about what he sees as a war on journalists in the US and whether he thinks anyone can be an objective journalist.

  • Part II, Wednesday: The gruesome discovery that sparked the “Dirty Wars” movie.

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