Friday, July 08, 2005

Victor Navasky and David Levine (of The Nation) in NYC July 12th at The Strand Bookstore

From an e-mail sent out to all who sign up for updates at The Nation (signed by Peter Rothberg):

Nation publisher Victor Navasky and award-winning political caricaturist David Levine will be appearing this Tuesday in a discussion about the importance of opinion journalism and the ethical responsibilities of cartoonists.

Navasky will read selections from his new book, A MATTER OF OPINION, and tell the story of how The Nation staff nearly revolted against him in 1984 when he decided to publish Levine's drawing of Henry Kissinger screwing the world. Levine will discuss ethical and aesthetic issues as well, and the two will open up the conversation to audience questions.

Tuesday, July 12,
The Strand Bookstore
828 Broadway at 12th Street,
New York City
Free of charge!
For info and directions:

(A book-signing will follow the program.)

And whether you can make it to the event or not, make sure to check out the Strand--one of NYC's most legendary bookstores--next time you're in the area.

Get a taste of Navasky's book from a recent Nation magazine excerpt.

Listen to Navasky talking with Marc Cooper on a recent episode of the RadioNation AudioBlog.

See the A MATTER OF OPINION website for info and to order copies online.

Finally, check out The Nation online to post comments to our blogs, to view news-wire links updated twice each day, to see daily weblog postings, for info on nationwide activist campaigns, and to read exclusive online reports, Nation History offerings and special weekly selections from The Nation magazine!

Victor Navasky's A Matter of Opinion was noted in this The Third Estate Sunday Review "Five Books, Five Minutes." (For any needing the even quicker summary, all gave the book a thumbs up.)

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