24.10.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - The New Yorker's JamesWood disparaged “Back to Blood's” “yards of flapping exaggeration.” You see, Wolfe, a National Book Award winner and bestselling writer, was a pioneer of “New Journalism,” the now widely used technique of applying techniques of
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01.11.2012 [Patch.com] - Why Go: JamesWood will be reading from and signing his latest book of essays, The Fun Stuff, which includes the title essay on Keith Moon and the lost joys of drumming—which was a finalist for last year's National Magazine Awards—as well as Wood's
01.11.2012 [Boston.com (blog)] - JamesWood (“The Fun Stuff: And Other Essays”) reads at 3 p.m. at the Concord Bookshop, 65 Main St., Concord … Mitchell Zuckoff (“Lost in Shangri-La”) reads at 4 p.m. at the Paul Pratt Memorial Library, 35 Ripley Rd., Cohasset (free, call 781-383-1348
01.11.2012 [This Is South Devon] - JamesWood popped over a 47-metre penalty in the first 10 minutes. The lead was increased when ball from a scrum on Honiton's 22 was run down the short side by Alex Jeffery, who delayed his pass before putting in Gormley. The forwards came to life when
31.10.2012 [Ashland Daily Tidings] - Arrangements by Conger-Morris Medford, 541-772-7111. Howard JamesWood Howard JamesWood, 84, of Turner, Ore. passed away Sunday, October 28, 2012, in Salem. Arrangments are pending with Chapel of the Valley-L.B. Hall Funeral Home.
The big contemporary novel is a perpetual motion machine that appears to have been embarrassed into velocity. It seems to want to abolish stillness, as if ashamed of silence. Stories and sub-stories sprout on every page, and these novels continually flourish their glamorous congestion. - Hysterical realism