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Penguin Remembers Michael Hastings
"Michael Hastings death cuts short a life dedicated to speaking truth to power. He believed that journalists must be more than bystanders; he was a truthteller, a charming provocateur and a relentless seeker of decency in a nasty world. We are honored to have shared his triumphs with The Operators and Panic 2012 and heartbroken with his friends, readers and family from the grief of his passing."
—David Rosenthal, President and Publisher of The Blue Rider Press
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Writers essentially work by themselves, for themselves, in rooms large or small, quiet or noisy . . . but empty of everything but the writer and her/his brain. Once a year I have the option to break that mold and do something that is, by any standard, glamorous. This year I exercised that option. My beautiful daughter and I attended the "True Blood" premiere held at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.
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