- March 15th, 2013 – Washington Post Reviews DA2
- January 17th, 2013 – Las Vegas Review Journal
- December 12th, 2012 – Deadline Artists on Radio West KUER
- December 6th, 2012 – Capital New York Review
- December 3rd, 2012 – Co-editor John Avlon on KGO’s Ronn Owens
- November 23rd, 2011 – Deadline Artists on NPR Morning Edition
- November 19th, 2011 – Book TV Panel on Deadline Artists
- November 19th, 2011 – Miami Book Fair Deadline Artists Panel
- October 30th, 2011 – In My Library – Bill O’Reilly – NY Post
- October 29th, 2011 – Errol Louis guest blogs on Reader’s Almanac
Author Archives: Deadline Artists
Conan O’Brien interviews Molly Ivins about her book “Nothing But Good Times Ahead”.
David Letterman interviews Molly Ivins.
Back in the day when newspapers made TV commercials, Mike Royko did this great spot for the Chicago Tribune. Mike takes opinions on typography down at the local bar.
Westbrook Pegler give an interview about the diffrences between Communism and Facism. He doesn’t mince words.
In this feisty interview William F. Buckley interviews Murray Kempton.
Jimmy Breslin’s opening monologue on Saturday Night Live. He espouses about talent, growing up in Queens and the difference between TV and newspapers.
John L. Smith from the Las Vegas Journal-Review says, “Deadline Artists Delivers Once Again”. Here’s an excerpt: While reading the latest edition of the widely praised “Deadline Artists” newspaper column anthology, you may find yourself wondering how some of the … Continue reading
Great interview with John Avlon on Deadline Artists on Radio West. ListenHere:[audio:http://deadlineartists.com/wp-content/uploads/radio_west.mp3 ] John Avlon is passionate about newspaper columns. He should be: he’s a columnist himself. But with newspapers on the wane, Avlon was worried that the best … Continue reading
Thanks to Fred Siegel at Capital for this great review: “A great deal has rightly been made of the ways in which the internet has replaced the newspaper as the means by which people wake in the morning and set … Continue reading
[In the summer of 1977, a serial killer terrorized New York City. Initially known as the .44 Killer and then as the Son of Sam, the murderer communicated with Daily News columnist Jimmy Breslin through a series of letters. In … Continue reading