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Maitefa Angaza is a journalist, essayist and editorial consultant living with her family in Brooklyn, New York.
We would be remiss, however, to label Jordan merely as a poet, or even an essayist, and leave it at that.
L." Mencken (September 12, 1880--January 29, 1956) was an American journalist, essayist, magazine editor, satirist, critic of American life and culture, and scholar of American English.
present this first English introduction to the great essayist and media philosopher Vilem Flusser.
Most of the essays pack a lot of information both about the essayist's own life and about the book under investigation.
A major advantage of a collection of essays is that each essayist chooses the subject of which he is an expert, and then allows himself free rein to cover the issues carefully.
The collaborative work of veteran journalism, television pundit and author Dan Lynch in partnership with essayist and author Paul Rutherford, Into The Dragon's Teeth: Warriors' Tales Of The Battle Of The Bulge recounts the true-life story of three American solders who fought in the World War II epic battle that came to be known as the "Battle of the Bulge".
The other two "Women of Action" honored by ICRF were Susan Isaacs, the best-selling and award-winning novelist, essayist and screenwriter; and Dr.
Co-founder of New York City Ballet and an omnivorous essayist on the arts, Kirstein achieved particular elegance in his dance writings, which figure prominently in this anthology, originally published in 1991.
Spelman College has among its collections the papers of the late Audre Lorde, black feminist lesbian poet and essayist whose books Sister Outsider (Crossing Press, 1984) and A Burst of Light (Firebrand Books, 1988) are taught worldwide.
Now available (Doubleday) David Rakoff, the drily droll gay essayist behind Fraud, returns with another hilarious exploration of our bizarre world,
Common principles of pop psychology hold radical implications for changing social norms--as they have in past--and essayist Justman provides a passionate examination of its foundations and dangers.