The news business is in serious trouble these days, but Massing’s take is more optimistic than most. The reason? He (correctly, I think) identifies nonprofit business models (such as that of the Twin Cities’ own MinnPost) as the industry’s best hope going forward. Massing (a contributing editor for the Columbia Journalism Review) also talks about the phenomenal continued success of NPR, and points out the wisdom of their recent efforts to ramp up the depth and quality of their original local reporting.
Review of J.M. Coetzee and Ethics: Philosophical Perspectives on Literature, edited by Anton Leist and Peter Singer. The Quarterly Conversation, September 2010.
Review of Union Atlantic by Adam Haslett. The Region, June 2010.
Review of The Man in the Wooden Hat and Old Filth by Jane Gardam. The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 19, Spring 2010.
Review of 1989: Bob Dylan Didn't Have This to Sing About by Joshua Clover. ForeWord, November/December 2009.
Review of The Humbling by Philip Roth. Identity Theory, November 25, 2009.
Review of Imperial by William T. Vollmann. PopMatters, September 18, 2009.
Review of Wonderful World by Javier Calvo. The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 17, September 7, 2009.
Review of Of Song and Water by Joseph Coulson. Identity Theory, August 3, 2009.
Review of Digging: The Afro-American Soul of American Classical Music by Amiri Baraka. ForeWord, July/August 2009.
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