Publisher Cancels Reissue Of Racy Novel By Lynne Cheney
- NAL Cancels Reissue of 'Sisters' Holt, Karen; Kirch, Claire // Publishers Weekly;4/12/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 15, p8
Deals with the move of New American Library to cancel its plans to reissue the novel "Sisters," by Lynne Cheney. Reason for the cancellation; Information on the novel; Reactions to the decision of New American Library.
- Marginalia. Furtado, Ken // Echo Magazine;7/29/2004, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p67
Reports on the decision of publishing company Penguin to cancel the reprinting of the book "Sisters," by Lynne Cheney in April 2004. Information on the original book; Reason behind the cancellation of the publishing; Issues arising from the reprint.
- Executive Privilege (Book Review). Kister, Kenneth F. // Library Journal;5/15/1979, Vol. 104 Issue 10, p1157
Reviews the book 'Executive Privilege: A Washington Novel,' by Lynne Cheney.
- Did Lynne Cheney write a book with lesbian subplots? Berlo, Beth // Bay Windows;10/5/2000, pN.PAG
Reviews the book "Sisters," by Lynne Cheney.
- AMERICA (Book). // Kirkus Reviews;5/1/2002, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p651
Reviews the book 'America: A Patriotic Primer,' by Lynne Cheney and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser.
- Hot deals. // Publishers Weekly;9/30/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 39, p14
Presents news briefs on publishing as of September 30, 2002. Number of copies of 'China Doll' sold within two weeks of its publishing in May; Author of the biography of Random House's co-founder Bennett Cerf; Books credited to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's wife Lynne.
- WHEN WASHINGTON CROSSED THE DELAWARE: A Wintertime Story for Young Patriots (Book). // Publishers Weekly;9/13/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 37, p77
Reviews the book "When Washington Crossed the Delaware: A Wintertime Story for Young Patriots," by Lynne Cheney, illustrated by Peter M. Fiore.
- Mrs. Cheney on pursuit of truth. // America;11/21/1992, Vol. 167 Issue 16, p396
Reports that Lynne V. Cheney, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (N.E.H.), recommended Carol Iannone for a vacancy on the National Council on the Humanities and this recommendation was rejected by a vote of nine to eight by the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee. What...
- Good advice from Mrs. Cheney. Donohue, J.W. // America;1/5/1991, Vol. 164 Issue 1, p4
Examines the work of Lynne V. Cheney, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (N.E.H.), who recently began her second four-year term. Analysis of her reports on the humanities; Problems with college educational systems; Alternate education.