2005 Hardcover Nonfiction Top Literary Agents by No. of Titles
- DEAR MR. FANTASY. Harris, Mark // Entertainment Weekly;9/24/2004, Issue 785, p32
Interviews director George Lucas about Star Wars films.
- Space Cowboy. Kung, Michelle; Tulich, Katherine // Entertainment Weekly;6/24/2005, Issue 826/827, p33
Reports on the recognition given by the American Film Institute, presenting its 33rd Life Achievement Award to "Star Wars" director George Lucas.
- George Lucas. Ascher-Walsh, Rebecca; Baldwin, Kristen // Entertainment Weekly;06/27/97, Issue 385/386, p32
Profiles George Lucas. His age; His career as a director; What makes him successful; Future plans.
- Setting the scene for adventure. // National Geographic World;Oct92, Issue 206, p26
Presents an interview with George Lucas, the creator of such blockbuster films as `Star Wars' and `Raiders of the Lost Ark.' He talks about his background, what he likes best about his job and what he does beside work.
- Convention briefs. // Hollywood Reporter;5/15/95, Vol. 337 Issue 13, p6
Presents George Lucas' pronouncements during the 1995 Electronic Entertainment Exposition in Los Angeles, California. Use of advanced technology in new game systems.
- Lucas in Japan. van Bergen, Jim // TCI: Theatre Crafts International;Oct92, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p12
Reviews the multi-media event `The George Lucas Film Adventure,' produced by Irvin Feld and Kenneth Feld Productions for an arena tour in Japan. The show is based on George Lucas films and will open in Japan in late April. Directed by Scott Faris, production designer Douglas Schmidt, lighting...
- Correction. // Community College Journal;Oct/Nov2007, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p11
A correction to the article "People Who Made a Difference" that was published in the August/September 2007 issue is presented.
- New president of S&S's trade book division. // New York;3/10/86, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p32
Joni Evans, 43, the new president of Simon & Schuster's Trade Book Division, is a frenetic phenomenon whose passion for publishing has spurred her to become a major power at one of the world's largest, most aggressive publishers. Her incredible competitive energy; her rise to power; her...
- One half of publishing's dynamic duo, Joni .. Vespa, M. // People;11/16/87, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p149
Once publishing's most awesome duo, Dick Snyder, 54, and Joni Evans, 45, are now privately and professionally at war. Snyder is the chairman and CEO of book-publishing conglomerate Simon and Schuster. Evans is his estranged wife, and the newly appointed publisher of Random House. Publicly they...