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  • Battling for Newsby Anne Sebba

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 20.40

    Anne Sebba presents a compelling history of the struggles of women to be admitted to professional journalism and so obtain the right to report from places where they were felt to have no place - most notably, war-zones. Sebba, herself a former Reuters reporter, recounts the evolution of the woman reporter, from Miss Wreford during the Risorgimento... more...

  • Eyes on the Sporting Scene, 1870-1930by Pamela A. Bakker

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2013; US$ 39.95

    Helms Hall of Fame's brothers William M. and Andrew B. "June" Rankin lived exciting lives covering sports for papers like the New York Sunday Mercury, New York Herald, New York World, Brooklyn Daily Eagle and New York Clipper from 1870 to 1930. Playing for amateur and semiprofessional Rockland County (N.Y.) clubs in the mid-1860s through... more...

  • Speaking of Journalismby William Zinsser

    HarperCollins 2013; Not Available

    Veteran journalist and writing teacher William Zinsser, whose books on writing have sold more than 700,000 copies, presents 11 of his most successful students discussing what it is like to work as a journalist in the 1990s. more...

  • Speaking of Journalismby William Zinsser

    HarperCollins 2013; US$ 10.99

    Veteran journalist and writing teacher William Zinsser, whose books on writing have sold more than 700,000 copies, presents 11 of his most successful students discussing what it is like to work as a journalist in the 1990s. more...

  • The Best Loved Gameby Geoffrey Moorhouse; Matthew Engel

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 16.03

    'It is now thirty-five years since Geoffrey Moorhouse wrote his cricket classic The Best Loved Game , which also seems unimaginable, but only because it feels like last week. Even so, in that time the game has changed, in many respects beyond recognition, which makes the book more valuable than ever - as an elegy for a lost world.' Matthew Engel,... more...

  • The Lifestyle Writerby Sarah-Beth Watkins

    John Hunt Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    All need to know about lifestyle writing and how to use your own experiences to start your writing career. more...

  • Terence Corcoran's Nortel Fileby Terence Corcoran

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    At the peak of its fame as a global telecom player in 2001, Nortel Networks boasted a market value of $207-billion. In a trial set to begin in Toronto in early 2012, the culmination of almost a decade of forensic and prosecutorial overkill, government lawyers will attempt to download responsibility for Nortelšs fall onto the shoulders of Frank Dunn,... more...

  • Unmasking Superfoodsby Jennifer Sygo

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    The word superfood is everywhere these days, but which of the many hyped foodstuffs should you really change your diet to include? In this collection of her National Post columns on foods ranging from quinoa to sardines, dietician Jennifer Sygo offers clear, realistic advice on what to eat and what to avoid at the grocery store. more...

  • The National Post Guide to Mad Menby Robert Fulford; Robert Cushman; Scott Stinson

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    In the first episode of Mad Men , Don the creative genius searches for a slogan and eventually comes up with 'It's Toasted.' When the manufacturers tell him that in fact all cigarette tobacco is toasted, he explains patiently that this doesn't matter: Lucky Strike will be the only one to brag about it. From Robert Fulford's first column about the... more...

  • Lunch Moneyby William Hanley

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    What does it take to make it in the business world? If you take CEOs to lunch and pick up the tab, they'll tell you. And after six years, almost 300 lunches, about 300,000 calories consumed, an equal number of words written, and well over $20,000 in bills paid, William Hanley has the answers. The best of his long-running Lunch Money columns are collected... more...