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Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Kevin Rose
#1. Digg is like your newspaper, but rather than a handful of editors determining what's on the front page, the masses do. #Quote by Kevin Rose
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Shiv Khera
#2. As a young cartoonist, Walt Disney faced many rejections from newspaper editors who said he had no talent. One day a minister at a church hired him to draw some cartoons. Disney was working out of a small rodent-infested shed near the church. Seeing a small mouse inspired him to draw a new cartoon. That was the start of Mickey Mouse. #Quote by Shiv Khera
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Israel Zangwill
#3. Editors are constantly on the watch to discover new talents in old names. #Quote by Israel Zangwill
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Kate Chopin
#4. I trust it will not be giving away professional secrets to say that many readers would be surprised, perhaps shocked, at the questions which some newspaper editors will put to a defenseless woman under the guise of flattery. #Quote by Kate Chopin
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Sefi Atta
#5. I couldn't decide on a title for my first novel and my editor came up with Everything Good Will Come. After that, I thought I should name my own books.A Bit of Difference seems just right. #Quote by Sefi Atta
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Soar
#6. I am often asked by editors, fans, friends about what I read or which authors influence my writing.

My answer seems surprising to them, for people expect names and quotes from me, while I give them the source of "feelings".
I believe that becoming a writer is not about finding similarities, nor following the same trends, with different accessories. I often un-follow subscriptions and newsfeeds when I want to write about something.

When I write I follow, read and am inspired by Life, People and Passion. I guess my "current" is personal and universal.
(Soar) #Quote by Soar
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Jean De La Fontaine
#7. Every newspaper editor owes tribute to the devil. #Quote by Jean De La Fontaine
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Ken Follett
#8. I think more people should shoot newspaper editors ... it might improve the press #Quote by Ken Follett
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by John Scalzi
#9. Years working at a newspaper. You learn to write fast and reasonably good and in a manner which does not require substantial editing. Or your editors and copyeditors stab you to death and hang your corpse in the newsroom as a warning to the other staff writers. #Quote by John Scalzi
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Walter Jon Williams
#10. Try to meet as many authors, agents, and editors as you can. #Quote by Walter Jon Williams
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by H.L. Mencken
#11. Years ago I predicted that these suffragettes, tried out by victory, would turn out to be idiots. They are now hard at work proving it. Half of them devote themselves to advocating reforms, chiefly of a sexual character, so utterly preposterous that even male politicians and newspaper editors laugh at them; the other half succumb absurdly to the blandishments of the old-time male politicians, and so enroll themselves in the great political parties. A woman who joins one of these parties simply becomes an imitation man, which is to say, a donkey. #Quote by H.L. Mencken
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by J. Budziszewski
#12. As any sin passes through its stages from temptation, to toleration, to approval, its name is first euphemized, then avoided, then forgotten. A colleague tells me that some of his fellow legal scholars call child molestation "intergenerational intimacy": that's euphemism. A good-hearted editor tried to talk me out of using the term "sodomy": that's avoidance. My students don't know the word "fornication" at all: that's forgetfulness. #Quote by J. Budziszewski
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Daniel Quinn
#13. When you send off a short story, it sits on the editor's desk in the same pile with stories by the most famous and honored names in present-day writing-and it's not going to be accepted unless it's as good as theirs. (And it'll probably have to be better.) #Quote by Daniel Quinn
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by H. G. Bissinger
#14. I worked at my high school newspaper at Andover, which came out weekly, unusual for a high school paper. Then my first day at Penn I went right to the 'Daily Pennsylvanian' and pretty much spent most of my college career working both as the sports editor and then editor of the editorial page. #Quote by H. G. Bissinger
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by James D. Best
#15. He suspended habeas corpus, arrested newspaper editors, jailed Northerners without hearings or trials, bypassed Congress, ignored the Supreme Court, and even arrested a member of Congress. He justified these violations as part of the Executive's War Powers and claimed that he violated the Constitution for the sole purpose of protecting it. #Quote by James D. Best
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by William Monahan
#16. That's absolutely true, but one problem with the digital revolution, which may tie into what I said earlier, is that there can be a collapse of quality. You may not have liked the decisions made by publishers in the past, you may not have liked the decisions made by magazine editors or newspaper editors in the past. At least there was some quality control #Quote by William Monahan
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Hy Bender
#17. Once, while at a party in London, the editor of the literary reviews page of a major newspaper struck up a conversation with me, and we chatted pleasantly until he asked what I did for a living. "I write comics," I said; and I watched the editor's interest instantly drain away, as if he suddenly realized he was speaking to someone beneath his nose.
Just to be polite, he followed up by inquiring, "Oh, yes? Which comics have you written?" So I mentioned a few titles, which he nodded at perfunctorily; and I concluded, "I also did this thing called Sandman." At that point he became excited and said, "Hang on, I know who you are. You're Neil Gaiman!" I admitted that I was. "My God, man, you don't write comics," he said. "You write graphic novels!"
He meant it as a compliment, I suppose. But all of a sudden I felt like someone who'd been informed that she wasn't actually a hooker; that in fact she was a lady of the evening.
This editor had obviously heard positive things about Sandman; but he was so stuck on the idea that comics are juvenile he couldn't deal with something good being done as a comic book. He needed to put Sandman in a box to make it respectable. #Quote by Hy Bender
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Steve Coogan
#18. I happen to have a public profile. Ditto newspaper editors. It's a result of what I do, not an end. #Quote by Steve Coogan
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Gilbert K. Chesterton
#19. If an editor can only make people angry enough, they will write half his newspaper for him for nothing. #Quote by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Pete Hamill
#20. In the newspaper business, I was in the last generation before the arrival of the personnel manager. You were hired by editors - and editors who would take a chance on what they perceived to be talent and not hire a resume. #Quote by Pete Hamill
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Gail Simone
#21. There are writers who will do whatever they are told regardless of the circumstances - these are called 'hacks.' Your job isn't to make life difficult for your editor. But once a piece of crap goes out with your name on it, it is gone forever and will haunt you ... #Quote by Gail Simone
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Elayne Boosler
#22. While editors and newspaper owners currently fret over shrinking readership and lost profits, they do the one thing that insures cutting their own throats; they keep reducing space for the one feature that attracts new young readers in the first place; the comic strips. #Quote by Elayne Boosler
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Dean Koontz
#23. There's never any humongous next draft. I know a writer who every time he finished a novel - you would know his name very well - but his editor would come and live with him for a month. And they would go through the manuscript together. #Quote by Dean Koontz
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Rainbow Rowell
#24. From: Beth Fremont
To: Jennifer Scribner-Snyder
Sent: Thurs, 09/30/1999 3:42 PM
Subject: If you were Superman ...
... and you could choose any alter ego you wanted, why the hell would you choose to spend your Clark Kent hours - which already suck because you have to wear glasses and you can't fly - at a newspaper? Why not pose as a wealthy playboy like Batman? Or the leader of a small but important nation like Black Panther? Why would you choose to spend your days on deadline, making crap money, dealing with terminally crabby editors? #Quote by Rainbow Rowell
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Mark Twain
#25. I am not the editor of a newspaper and shall always try to do right and be good so that God will not make me one. #Quote by Mark Twain
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Catherine Marshall
#26. Proofs of the week's paper were spread out on what I grandly called my desk. This was a rickety wooden table against the side wall outside the Editor's office. #Quote by Catherine Marshall
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Dennis McDougal
#27. In an expansive attempt to establish a foothold among California's intelligentsia and create America's first truly national newspaper, The New York Times launched a slimmed-down West Coast edition in October 1962... The result in LA was a sorry stepsister of the great gray New York Times for its West Coast readers... Reprocessed news dictated from 3,000 miles away by editors who knew zip about what made Southern California tick. #Quote by Dennis McDougal
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Jenna Bush
#28. I was sports editor for my high school newspaper, but I think I shied away from journalism. #Quote by Jenna Bush
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Astra Taylor
#29. One thing that's important to point out is that this kind of populism has a long and mixed history. It's part of this tradition of problematic anti-elitism where the elites are always the liberal class - the intellectuals, the professors, the artists - and not the economic elites. Why are we so mad and aggrieved at newspaper editors but not at corporate executives? I think we need to look more at the latter, at economic elites. #Quote by Astra Taylor
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Rebekah Brooks
#30. In a highly competitive newspaper market, every editor needs to appeal to female readers to boost their circulation. #Quote by Rebekah Brooks
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#31. As people get their opinions so largely from the newspapers they read, the corruption of the schools would not matter so much if the Press were free. But the Press is not free. As it costs at least a quarter of a million of money to establish a daily newspaper in London, the newspapers are owned by rich men. And they depend on the advertisements of other rich men. Editors and journalists who express opinions in print that are opposed to the interests of the rich are dismissed and replaced by subservient ones. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Robert E.Lee
#32. Why, it appears that we appointed all of our worst generals to command the armies and we appointed all of our best generals to edit the newspapers. I mean, I found by reading a newspaper that these editor generals saw all of the defects plainly from the start but didn't tell me until it was too late. I'm willing to yield my place to these best generals and I'll do my best for the cause by editing a newspaper. #Quote by Robert E.Lee
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Susie Bright
#33. I had a hard time publishing my books in the beginning of my career, because editors were afraid what people would think of THEM, personally, if their name was associated with me. #Quote by Susie Bright
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Madeleine Albright
#34. I got married three days after graduation, and the first thing I did what I was expected to do which was to work on a small newspaper. So we were in Chicago where my husband worked for the Chicago Sun-Times and we were having dinner with his editor and he said 'So what are you 'gonna do honey?' and I said 'I'm going to work on a newspaper', and he said 'I don't think so, because Newspaper Guild regulations said that I couldn't work on the same newspaper as my husband. #Quote by Madeleine Albright
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Jeffrey Zeldman
#35. I worry about every newspaper. I worry about the financial undertaking, and I worry that somehow the loss of the sale of the paper version will affect their ability to have journalists and editors and producers. We really need those. #Quote by Jeffrey Zeldman
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Adlai E. Stevenson II
#36. Newspaper editors are men who separate the wheat from the chaff, and then print the chaff. #Quote by Adlai E. Stevenson II
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Mark Twain
#37. The only people who should use the possessive 'we' are kings, newspaper editors, and persons with tapeworms. #Quote by Mark Twain
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Harold Evans
#38. This impressed me when I was the editor of the Sunday Times [of London] - we had the "Bloody Sunday" killings of 13 unarmed civilians by British paratroopers. We interviewed 500 people for our report, and not one of them could give us a total picture of what was happening. It was like the Rashomon effect multiplied a million times. For a website or even a newspaper to be a collector of information flow is not the highest form of journalism. #Quote by Harold Evans
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by James S.A. Corey
#39. Individuals build empires because they want their names to echo through time. They build massive constructs of stone and steel so that their descendants will remember the people who created the world that they only live in. There were buildings on Earth that were thousands of years old, sometimes the only remaining evidence of empires that thought they would last forever. Hubris, the professor had called it. When people build, they are trying to make an aspiration physical. When they die, their intentions are buried with them. All that's left is the building.
[Ozymandias syndrome, anyone? Ed.] #Quote by James S.A. Corey
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Vita Sackville-West
#40. Click, clack, click, clack, went their conversation, like so many knitting-needles, purl, plain, purl, plain, achieving a complex pattern of references, cross-references, Christian names, nicknames, and fleeting allusions. #Quote by Vita Sackville-West
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by R.A. Salvatore
#41. And all our gods are one God," Avelyn replied quickly, not wanting to offend the elf. "A God of differing names perhaps, but of similar tenets. And when those tenets are misinterpreted," the monk went on, his voice turning grave, "when they are used for personal gain or as a #Quote by R.A. Salvatore
Newspaper Editors Names quotes by Paul McCartney
#42. One of my great memories of John is from when we were having some argument. I was disagreeing and we were calling each other names. We let it settle for a second and then he lowered his glasses and he said: "It's only me." And then he put his glasses back on again. To me, that was John. Those were the moments when I actually saw him without the facade, the armor, which I loved as well, like anyone else. It was a beautiful suit of armor. But it was wonderful when he let the visor down and you'd just see the John Lennon that he was frightened to reveal to the world. #Quote by Paul McCartney

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