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- The Zero-Moment Point. Junger, Sebastian // Provincetown Arts;1997/1998, Vol. 13, p36
Presents an excerpt from the book "The Perfect Storm," by Sebastian Junger.
- The Zero-Moment Point. Junger, Sebastian // Read;4/28/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 17, p18
The article presents an excerpt from the book "The Perfect Storm," by Sebastian Junger.
- Living dangerously. DiConsiglio, John // Literary Cavalcade;Feb99, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p4
Presents an interview with journalist and novelist Sebastian Junger. Difference between writing fiction and non-fiction; Plot of the book `The Perfect Storm'; How Junger found himself writing adventure stories; Pursuit of an adventurous life.
- `The Perfect Storm' hits a summer squall. M.F. // Entertainment Weekly;09/05/97, Issue 395, p68
Points out how author Sebastian Junger is facing questions about the accuracy of his book `The Perfect Storm.' The errors in the book, according to `The New York Observer.' The inaccuracies in recreating the sinking of the fishing vessel Andrea Gail, which left no survivors or witnesses.
- Sebastian Junger. Cawley, Janet // Biography;Dec2000, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p65
Focuses on American author Sebastian Junger who wrote the book 'The Perfect Storm.' Description of Junger's home; Educational background; Family history; Embarkment of a foundation to aid children of commercial fishermen called the Perfect Storm Foundation.
- Hot and happening. Wilson, Eric // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/15/1997, Vol. 174 Issue 33, p9
Features Sebastian Junger's first book `The Perfect Storm,' which tells a story of six swordfishermen who set sail in the Andrea Gail and disappeared under a rare convergence of meteorological factors. Comments of Junger on his experiences while writing the book.
- Hot type. Touby, Laurel // New York;05/19/97, Vol. 30 Issue 19, p40
Profiles writer Sebastian Junger, author of `The Perfect Storm.' How this book, his first, has been optioned by Warner Bros.; His lifelong interest in men in extreme situations; Education; Childhood; Past stories; How he is handling his new-found success.
- WHALE OF A TALE. Patterson, Troy // Entertainment Weekly;07/21/2000, Issue 550, p74
Deals with the approach and inspiration of Nathaniel Philbrick in writing the book `In the Heart of the Sea; The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex.'
- In the Heart of the Sea (Book). Reutter, Vicki // School Library Journal;May2004, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p66
Reviews the book "In the Heart of the Sea," by Nathaniel Philbrick.