Mencken (photo) loved newspapering. But he did his best to be impervious to the industry ballyhoo, and I think he’d
Although verbose in places, Indignation is witty and engrossing with wonderful caricatures. I spent time in Northern Ohio eons ago,
“Tracing the conscientious reportage of hard-nosed Washington Telegram correspondent Jon Stone, Rothman’s thriller weaves together society gossip, zoning reportage, and
Below are excerpts from Michael Pastore’s review in Epublishers Weekly. “Three things about this novel impressed me. Real settings (D.C.
The Solomon Scandals is a little like a novel that a 19th century writer might have written on whaling. In
All the King’s Men has long been my favorite political novel. But is Robert Penn Warren‘s masterpiece truly about politics?
See the Nieman Journalism Lab blog, which also mentions more current plans for home printing.
In a review of The Solomon Scandals for the Washington City Paper, Ted Scheinman said, “It’s hard to call an
In my little overview of D.C. fiction, I quoted Jeffrey Charis-Carlson, a specialist in this area: "It takes a great