Working at Writing: Columnists and Critics Composing

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1- Paradigms and Processes 1
  • 2- Writing Essays 14
  • Interview with Jim Fitzgerald 29
  • Crime Coverage Has Been Touchy Topic for Ten Years 46
  • When It Comes to Taxes, This Chrysler Uses a Dodge 48
  • Yeah, but Could Roger Help Ann with Banking? 50
  • Interview with Kathleen Stocking 52
  • Dreaming Detroit 70
  • Mozart and Ace 74
  • Piecing the Ribbon Together 78
  • 3- Writing Political Columns 82
  • Interview with Tom Wicker 94
  • Jerusalem and Saigon 110
  • Reagan’s Apple Pie 113
  • Recycling An Idea 116
  • Interview with Richard Reeves 119
  • Fixing the Broken Senate 134
  • What Is Ted Kennedy Running for? 136
  • 4- Writing Criticism 138
  • Interview with Walter Kerr 148
  • Can’t They Do Better by Colleen Dewhurst? 163
  • A Ghosts That Grows Evermore Lightweight 167
  • If the Play Is Bad, the Review Is Hard Work 171
  • Interview with David Denby 175
  • Growing Up Absurd 195
  • Show of Shows 198
  • Interview with Neal Gabler 201
  • Beach Blanket Cinema 217
  • Bad Films? We Have Ourselves to Blame 221
  • 5- Being and Becoming a Writer 227
  • References 235
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