- 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
Errol Louis Talking with Ali Velsi about President Obama’s speech to the Congressional Black Caucus and his appeals to black voters. Includes a reference to “Deadline Artists.”
John Avlon, Errol Louis and Jesse Angelo discuss the history and impact of important newspaper columns over the years. Deadline Artists has collected the evolution and resonating newspaper columns throughout the history of the genre.
The Deadline Artists editors talk about their influences and favorite columns. All three editors brought their mentors advice and experience with newspaper columns to the table to create Deadline Artists.
Thought newspaper columns were just for newspaper writers? Hunter S. Thompson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Orson Wells, Ernest Hemingway are just a few of the surprising contributors in Deadline Artists.
How has the internet effected the influence of newspaper columnists? The Deadline Artists discuss the history of newspaper columnist and why they wanted to publish and anthology for this influential yet shrinking format.
The Deadline Artists editors talk about where they started collecting the best newspaper columns and how their mentors advised them on building the criteria for the best of the best in newspaper column journalism.
John Avlon and Errol Louis talk about the present heated political climate. They also touch on their new book Deadline Artists which collects the best newspaper columnists into one anthology.
Two originals, Studs Terkel and Mike Royko hanging out at Lawry’s Tavern in Chicago. Mike Royko, a Deadline Artists contributor, wrote prolific daily columns about Chicago’s culture, sports, and politics. Studs Terkel once explained Royko’s productivity as being “possessed by … Continue reading
Here is Jimmy Breslin talking about his book Damon Runyon: A Life. Breslin and Runyon are both included in Deadline Artists and both of them wrote about the gritty underbelly of the city. Watch to see more about the connections … Continue reading
The always interesting, extreme and strange founder of Gonzo journalism Hunter S. Thompson would embed himself with his subjects and even become part of the narrative. A true American original, here he is talking with David Letterman in 1988 on … Continue reading