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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 08:33:07 -0800
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I agree that book authors are probably best, however it would be good ON OCCASION to have a magazine editor or screenwriter.

That being said, my favorite authors are:

Stephen King
Leo F. Buscaglia 
James Patterson
Brenda Novak.

All are probably hard to get ahold of, but keep it up the good work!


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From: D. J. Russell <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: author interviews
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Date: Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 6:19 AM

Need advise from all of you out there in PWSA 
land.  What does everyone think about trying to take aim at more diversity 
in our interview pool?  A concept that we are being introduced to this 
semester is that professional writing does not cover only novels and 
non-fiction.  We can walk out here and get jobs as diverse as screenwriters 
and columnists.  I still say that the primary focus of the interviews 
should be published authors of books (non-fiction or fiction).
I'm also sending out another request for the top five 
favorite authors of many of you.  I only received a few responses on my 
first fishing expedition.  Let's know who you like!
D. J. Russell