We absolutely love that we can offer you another set of non-fiction pieces in this bundle, with subject of Media and The People.
The first piece in this bundle is Faking Bad: PR, Propaganda and The Press by Leon Horton.
Horton is a cultural journalist and features writer. After gaining his masters degree from the University of Salford, he worked as a court reporter at Manchester Crown Court, cut his teeth on local magazines, enjoyed a caretaker stint as the editor of Old Trafford News then returned to freelance writing. His work is published in International Times, Literary Heist, Nexus New Times, the Animals’ Voice, Empty Mirror and Erotic Review. Leon lives in Manchester, England, and can be contacted via email.
The second piece in this bundle is The Ninety Day Cycle People by David Perlmutter.
Perlmutter is a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He is the author of America Toons In: A History of Television Animation [McFarland and Co.], The Singular Adventures Of Jefferson Ball [Chupa Cabra House], The Pups [Booklocker.com], Certain Private Conversations and Other Stories [Aurora Publishing] Orthicon; or, the History of a Bad Idea [Linkville Press; forthcoming], and The Encyclopedia of American Animated Cartoon Series [Rowman and Littlefield; forthcoming].
Perlmutter can be reached on Facebook, on Twitter, and on Tumblr at The Musings of David Perlmutter.
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