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Publishers Weekly wrote " The Group Theatre ... ith its self-defined mission to reconnect theater to the world of ideas and actions, staged plays that confronted social and moral issues ... ith members Harold Clurman, Lee Strasberg, Stella and Luther Adler, Clifford Odets, Elia Kazan and an ill-assorted band of idealistic actors living hand to mouth are seen welded in a collective of creativity that was also a tangle of jealousies, love affairs and explosive feuds.
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Upon release of a special 10th Anniversary edition of Lost Souls, Publishers Weekly — the same periodical that criticized the novel's " amorality " a decade prior — deemed it a " modern horror classic " and acknowledged that Brite established a " cult audience.
Seven titles in the adult series have reached # 1 on the bestseller lists for the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly.
The books have received laudatory reviews and comments from Playboy, Publishers Weekly, the American Library Association's Booklist magazine, Philadelphia Daily News, Berkeley Barb, Rolling Stone and Limit.
Thoreau also influenced naturalists like John Burroughs, John Muir, E. O. Wilson, Edwin Way Teale, Joseph Wood Krutch, B. F. Skinner, David Brower and Loren Eiseley, whom Publishers Weekly called " the modern Thoreau.
In 1972 and 1973 the book topped the Publishers Weekly list of bestselling novels in the United States.
A year later the US edition was selected as an American Library Association Notable Book, a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 1998, and a New York Public Library 1998 Best Book of the Year, and won Parenting Magazines Book of the Year Award for 1998, the School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, and the American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults.
In 2008 sister congresswomen Loretta Sanchez and Linda Sanchez published the joint memoir Dream in Color: How the Sanchez Sisters Are Making History in Congress. Publishers Weekly reviewed the book and wrote: " Linda and Loretta Sanchez present their compelling story — noteworthy not only for their history-making achievements ( including first sisters or women of any relation to serve together in Congress, first woman and person of color to represent a district in Orange County, first Latina on the House Judiciary Committee and first Head Start child to be elected to Congress ) but also for its “ American Dream ” aspect — their parents immigrated from Mexico and despite lacking a formal education managed to send their seven children to college.
He told Jean Mercier of Publishers Weekly: " When I was a kid — 12 to 14, around there — I would much rather have been a good baseball player or a hit with the girls, but I couldn't play ball.
He did not really care to conform to any sort of norm, but he did want to leave his mark for others to be inspired by, as he told Publishers Weekly:
Publishers Weekly reported over 1. 39 million copies were sold by the year's end and ranked it the third best-selling book of 1995.
Dillard was also a commercial success, reaching the Publishers Weekly mass market paperback bestsellers list.
In 1921 booksellers rated him " the most significant contemporary American author " in a poll conducted by Publishers ' Weekly.
Many of Penman's essays and reviews were collected in his book Vital Signs: Music, Movies and Other Manias ( Serpent's Tail, 1998 ), praised by critic Bhob Stewart in Publishers Weekly:
Publishers Weekly described Alien Agenda as " the most entertaining and complete overview of flying saucers and their crew in years.
As of 1996, Publishers Weekly ranked the book at seventy-nine on their list of best-selling children's paperbacks, and Lou Harry of Indianapolis Business Journal included the book on his list of twelve examples of how muppets have qualified as quality entertainment.
Schuller has authored 37 hardcover books, six of which have made the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists,
remained on the list for almost five years and spent over 200 weeks on Publishers Weekly < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s hardcover nonfiction list.
In 1872, Publishers Weekly, an instructional publication focusing on the publishing industry, began to devote small sections to librarians.
The Haunted Mask was featured on the USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestseller list, and cited by one reviewer as " ideal for reluctant readers and Halloween-themed sleepovers.
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Often called the Grande Dame of Science Fiction and Fantasy by biographers such as J. M. Cornwell and organizations such as Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Publishers Weekly, and Time, Andre Norton wrote novels for over 70 years.
Domenici has been an avid proponent of nuclear power and has published two books on the subject: " A Brighter Tomorrow: Fulfilling the Promise of Nuclear Energy " ( Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2004 ), which he wrote ; and " Advanced Nuclear Technologies — Hearing Before the Committee on Appropriations, U. S. Senate " ( Collingdale, Pennsylvania: D I A N E Publishing Company, 1999 ), which he edited.
Biographer Earl Conrad said, " Nobody clearly knew what he wrote or didn't write .... Publishers tend to credit him with writing the songs known to bear his name as a lyricist ....
" Publishers Weekly wrote: " Ravitch contends that these sanitized materials sacrifice literary quality and historical accuracy in order to escape controversy.
Publishers Weekly wrote that the book " proves that, when it comes to the ruling sway of money power, Democrats and Republicans, Wall Street and Washington make very agreeable bedfellows.
Phele wrote " November 1938: From Reichskristallnacht to Genocide ", which was published by New Yorks Berg Publishers and distributed souly in the US and Canada in 1991.
Publishers Weekly wrote " Hoff's tired attacks on the " Negative News Media " and on " Eeyore Amazons " who " call themselves feminists but.
Karr developed an early interest in literature ; she told a Publishers Weekly interviewer that, at the age of eleven, she wrote in a notebook that her ambition was “ to write poetry and autobiography .” Upon graduation from Port Neches-Groves High School, she traveled with a group of friends to Los Angeles, where she immersed herself in the lifestyle of the California hippie and surfer counter-cultures.
Following a similar path to such pulp writers as Frank Belknap Long, Wellman also wrote for various comic books ( what he called " squinkies ") and wrote the first issue of Captain Marvel Adventures for Fawcett Publishers.
Yancey was for many years an editor for Christianity Today and wrote articles for Reader's Digest, The Saturday Evening Post, Publishers Weekly, Chicago Tribune Magazine, Eternity, Moody Monthly, and National Wildlife, among others.
Drogin became interested in the scripts of the Middle Ages in the 1970s, researched palaeography independently at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, England, and wrote Medieval Calligraphy: Its History and Technique, which was published in 1980 by Allanheld, Osmun & Co. Publishers, Inc. and Abner Schram, Ltd.
Fitrakis also wrote The Idea of Democratic Socialism in America and the Decline of the Socialist Party ( Garland Publishers 1993 ).
" A Publishers Weekly reviewer wrote that Ritter “ tackles tough subjects relating to violence in sports, religious hypocrisy, and the Vietnam War while creating layers of metaphors which neatly unfold ...” and described the novel as a " powerful lesson in compassion.
While in France Ohsawa wrote a number of books in French related to the Macrobiotic world view, which were published by Vrin Publishers in Paris, France.
Publishers Weekly wrote that although the book had " a few good twists and a clean prose style ", it had " little here to recommend ".
The book was also critically successful, highlighting the philosophical themes that the book was able to make with The Simpsons, such as Booklist, who wrote, "[...] these pieces make erudite concepts accessible by viewing things through the lens of a great cartoon series ," or Publishers Weekly who wrote, " Fans of The Simpsons are certain to find this book to be the perfect rebuttal for those who dismiss the show as a no-brainer.
Publishers Weekly wrote: " Fans of Hollywood's golden age will find this collection of interviews conducted over many years revealing, though hampered.
Publishers Weekly wrote: " She has penned a cross between a cri di coeur and a deeply rhetorical polemic that makes scores of provocative points .... As in her last book, The New Anti-Semitism Chesler Raised important issues, but her style will alienate the very people she means to reach.
He also wrote his autobiography, " For The Record ", published in 2000 by Jonathan Ball Publishers in South Africa, during this time.
While in Kaliti prison, Berhanu wrote and published a book Yenetsanet Goh Siked (" The Dawn of Freedom "), which was published in Kampala, Uganda by MM Publishers in May 2006.