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Hamill has written much fiction, including movie and TV scripts. He has published nine novels and two collections of short stories. His 1997 novel, Snow in August, was on the New York Times bestseller list for four months. His memoir, “A Drinking Life,” was on the same New York Times list for 13 weeks. He has published two collections of his journalism (Irrational Ravins and Piecework), an extended essay on journalism, News Is A Verb, a book about the relationship of tools to art, and a biographical essay, “Why Sinatra Matters,” dealing with the music of the late singer and the social forces that made his work unique. In 1999, Harry N. Abrams published his acclaimed book on the Mexican painter Diego Rivera.
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Examining the Critics’ Criticism: A Bibliographic Essay on Journalism Review Research • Susan Keith, Rutgers University • This bibliographic essay provides an introduction to sources related to an under-researched topic in media ethics history: the local journalism review movement. From 1958 to about 1986, it produced at least 40 local reviews, including Thorn, Buncombe, Overset, Countermedia, and The Pretentious Idea. Yet scholars have usually focused on just a handful of surviving reviews. This paper, part of a book project, argues that journalism reviews deserve more attention and different approaches.
This is the keynote I delivered at "Studying Music--AnInternational Conference in Honour of Simon Frith," a retirementtribute to my longtime colleague at the University of Edinburgh April10-12, 2014. Although it includes language from my "Preface: An Essayon Journalism" in Simon's festschrift, as well as otherpublished work, most of it is unique to this presentation.