Monthly Archives: September 2020

Peter Jackson, Journalist and Son of US Senator “Scoop” Jackson, Dies But His Tweets Get Aired

peter jackson (Courtesy of Laurie Werner) Just as much of America entered a pandemic-induced lockdown in March, so did Peter Hardin Jackson, son of the late US senator. Henry M. “Scoop” Jacksondied at 53 after a years-long battle with cancer. But thanks to his widow, Laurie Werner, his Twitter feed …

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Meet Ewa Winnicka, a Polish journalist who writes on Greenpoint

Ewa Winnicka, a Polish journalist living in Warsaw, has always been interested in migration: “I think it’s one of the strongest experiences you can have,” she says. His previous books include “Angole”, a book about Polish immigrants to the UK In her next book, tentatively titled “Life and Death on …

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Who is Brian Masters, biographer of Dennis Nilsen and where is he now?

BRIAN Masters is a successful author and journalist. He wrote Killing For Company: The Case of Dennis Nilsen, a book chronicling the crimes of prolific serial killer Dennis Nilsen. 3 Brian Masters, who wrote a book about the killer Dennis Nilsen Who is Brian Masters? Brian Masters himself said, “I …

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Former Projo writer’s odyssey takes him from journalist to novelist

Kathie Raleigh | Special for | The newspaper William Loving started college as an English student with the intention of becoming a novelist. But plans have changed. He became a journalist, a career that took him to deputy national editor at the Los Angeles Times and included a stint at …

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Paul Bunner, Prime Minister Jason Kenney’s speechwriter, is retiring on Monday

Links to the breadcrumb Local News Publication date : Sep 04, 2020 • September 4, 2020 • 2 minute read • 10 comments Paul Bunner watches the federal election results at an Edmonton restaurant on October 21, 2019. Photo by David Bloom /Postmedia Content of the article Prime Minister’s speechwriter …

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Manuscript by an American author on the invasion of Japan

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the victory in the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1931-1945), which falls on Thursday. A manuscript, collected by a translator in Shandong province, reveals facts buried in the fierce war. Now painstakingly restored by translator and writer Wang Jinling, the manuscript of …

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