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The eyes and ears of the people . . .

I’m a longtime member of the Authors Guild, the oldest and largest professional organization for writers in America.  Pearl S. Buck, whose biography I have on my to-write -list, was once the president, as was Madeleine L’Engle.  The current president … Continue reading

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“Pioneering Women War Correspondents” & Nicole Kidman

I just got a cool link from Milena Jovanovitch, the producer of the documentary, “Pioneering Women War Correspondents” based on my book, Where the Action Was: Women War Correspondents in World War II, which I narrate.  It’s to a news … Continue reading

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Women War Correspondents

Tonight the Newswomen’s Club of New York is sponsoring an event, “War Correspondents, Reporting from the Frontline” with an impressive panel of women war correspondents: Edith M. Lederer, who began her career as a foreign correspondent in 1972, becoming the … Continue reading

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