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Columnists: While We're Still Around By Garret Mathews
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Soon, daily column-writing for newspapers will exist only in yellowed clippings from yesteryear. "Columnists: While We're Still Around" celebrates the craft with a collection of columns by... More > a variety of writers.< Less
Bat Masterson The Newspaper Years New York January 1921 By Scott Cuffe
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The writings of Bat Masterson will be shown to the reader in his words as he wrote them for the most part, and will have whatever (sic) errors are found in them originally and will be edited when... More > necessary, and presented here without any commentary by the editor or publisher. We hope and believe that the reader will thoroughly enjoy discovering all the varied musing of Bat Masterson on the topics of Sports, Boxing, the Wild West, Crime and many other daily topics that caught his attention at the time of his writings. Enjoy!< Less
Along The Way By Barbara White
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This is the first book in a series by award-winning columnist Barbara White, who describes herself as an insignificant person following a magnificent Savior; a weak person following a powerful God; a... More > pilgrim following the road Home. She admits being a sinful person on the receiving end of incredible grace. She says, “I write about trying to live the Christian life and failing and trying again”. Her modest yet strong newspaper columns influenced thousands of readers as they followed her struggles and joys along the way; in her spiritual journey, they see their own. Readers from all walks of life and every religious persuasion identify with the transparent reality of her life and writing as they seek their own spiritual depth. Join her in her journey along the way; she’s headed toward someplace we all want to go.< Less
Along The Way By Barbara White
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This is the first book in a series by award-winning columnist Barbara White, who describes herself as an insignificant person following a magnificent Savior; a weak person following a powerful God; a... More > pilgrim following the road Home. She admits being a sinful person on the receiving end of incredible grace. She says, “I write about trying to live the Christian life and failing and trying again”. Her modest yet strong newspaper columns influenced thousands of readers as they followed her struggles and joys along the way; in her spiritual journey, they see their own. Readers from all walks of life and every religious persuasion identify with the transparent reality of her life and writing as they seek their own spiritual depth. Join her in her journey along the way; she’s headed toward someplace we all want to go.< Less
Only in Ipswich By Doug Brendel
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"The Outsidah" comments with often-offbeat humor on life in Ipswich, Mass. This includes all the columns that appeared in the Ipswich Chronicle in 2011, plus the columns that the author's... More > wife wouldn't let him turn in! Cartoon-illustrated by the author< Less
Thoughts At Large By Rod Ice
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Thoughts At Large is a collection of columns originally published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf newspaper of northeastern Ohio. TAL covers literally every area of subject matter, including... More > religion, politics, music, history, pop culture, food, and adult beverages. The series began in February of 1998 as a letter to erstwhile Editor-In-Chief Don Buchanan. After a local college student composed a satirical feature criticizing the grocery business, Ice responded with his own positive view of the same topic. Favorable reader reaction moved Buchanan to ask for more material from the author. And a new tradition was born on the Northcoast! Ice is a former cartoonist, bicycle stuntman, retail manager, TV-show host, musician, sports editor, public speaker, and department-store janitor. He began writing at the age of ten, in Lynchburg, Virginia. His adventure as a professional writer began a decade later. Current Editor-In-Chief John Karlovec has continued to support for TAL as an integral part of the newspaper.< Less
Thoughts At Large By Rod Ice
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Thoughts At Large is a collection of columns originally published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf newspaper of northeastern Ohio. TAL covers literally every area of subject matter, including... More > religion, politics, music, history, pop culture, food, and adult beverages. The series began in February of 1998 as a letter to erstwhile Editor-In-Chief Don Buchanan. After a local college student composed a satirical feature criticizing the grocery business, Ice responded with his own positive view of the same topic. Favorable reader reaction moved Buchanan to ask for more material from the author. And a new tradition was born on the Northcoast! Ice is a former cartoonist, bicycle stuntman, retail manager, TV-show host, musician, sports editor, public speaker, and department-store janitor. He began writing at the age of ten, in Lynchburg, Virginia. His adventure as a professional writer began a decade later. Current Editor-In-Chief John Karlovec has continued to support for TAL as an integral part of the newspaper.< Less
Hanging On By My Tongue By Michael Marth
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Michael Marth has been a newspaper editor, syndicated columnist, hippie, songwriter, musician, amateur race car driver and recluse. This is a collection of material written over the past twenty... More > years that provides a prismatic view of his world. – Val Marth< Less
Hanging On By My Tongue By Michael Marth
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Michael Marth has been a newspaper editor, syndicated columnist, hippie, songwriter, musician, amateur race car driver and recluse. This is a collection of material written over the past twenty... More > years that provides a prismatic view of his world. – Val Marth< Less
My Dissent: From First to Last By Lou O'Malley
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Columns from the Green Bay Press-Gazette published posthumously for readers who miss his wisdom and humor. A collection of newspaper columns typically O'Malley. Colorful. Blunt. Reflective.... More > Humorous. Eloquent in explaining why life had been good to him. Lou earned graduate degrees in education from Harvard and in law from Marquette University. He worked in construction, served as a U.S. Marine, was a teacher, principal, and ran for public office. For 11 years he had a weekly opinion column. With his wife of 44 years, he lived in a homeless shelter as a social justice advocate, and was beginning a new career as a poverty lawyer and mediator when cancer ended his life. http://www.TheNextStepPublications.com/< Less