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Winners announced for 2016 Oklahoma Book Awards

Wayne Morgan, a longtime educator and administrator at the University of Oklahoma, was named the recipient of the Ellison Award, which was created to posthumously honor ... book awards banquet. In her ... read more

'The Epic of Lou Bolchazy' a classic tale of vision, zest, fun

Now, with his wife as president and his 47-year-old son, Allan, as vice president of his company, Bolchazy is piling up the honors ... publishing company by producing a cheap, stapled copy of "Rome an... read more

Not Everyone Was Brave: Henry Gerber and the Beginning of the Gay Rights Movement in Chicago

When he opened it, there stood a newspaper man and a city detective ... In the article, she said that her father carried on meetings in their home in which men held séances and performed strange rites ... read more

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Curt Weldon: The Troublemaker

The closet in Curt Weldon's congressional office contains many ... Last year, Weldon published a book based on a two-year correspondence he had with a man who claims direct knowledge of Iranian plans ... read more


The Irrepressible Mencken

For a man dead 50 years this month ... Which brings us to Marion Elizabeth Rodgers and Mencken: The American Iconoclast. Hype notwithstanding, her book is no more comprehensive than Hobson’s, though i... read more

The Last Rough Rider: The Roosevelt You Probably Don’t Know

There he was, a 56-year-old man on a cane, directing men and traffic on Utah Beach. His efficiency and bravery that day led to his being awarded the Medal of Honor, which was ... Roosevelt settled in ... read more

Chaz Ebert's mission goes on

His website, RogerEbert.com, is growing its readership, reports his wife of 20 ... traditional publishing deals. "Like a Roger's interviews book?" I ask. "Exactly," she says. "Or magazine pieces?" "Ex... read more

Lighting Out for the Territory

When her master moved to Missouri, Meachum followed, soon purchasing his wife's ... novels, a book entitled 365 Pies You Can Bake. After all, in 1893 one of the books Twain brought out as he struggled ... read more

Our View: Two deserving members join journalism's Alabama Hall of Honor

Saturday, two meaningful contributors to Alabama journalism will be remembered at Auburn University when they will be inducted posthumously into the state’s Newspaper Hall of Honor ... Along with her ... read more

Looking Through Orwell

Podhoretz’s essay was furiously rebutted by the late Christopher Hitchens, who later went on to produce a book ... a man who is much older and not much good physically.” It’s clear she wasn’t interest... read more



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