Poke and the Eye, but no Mr Punch
- De-grading J-school. Mediati, Ellen; Calvacca, Lorraine // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;10/1/96, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p13
Suggests a technique on how to get published in a high-profile New York City title. Writing an article satirizing the kind of magazine you want to be in; Brown University's use of a satiric exam mocking journalism graduate school.
- The Story of My "Pulemet" (Machine Gun)--Nikolai Shebuev. // Experiment: A Journal of Russian Culture;2013, Vol. 19, p274
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experiences of publishing the satirical journal "Pulemet" (Machine Gun) in Russia.
- "Zabiiaka" (Squabbler) (From a Journalist's Recollections of 1905)--Anatoli Goldobin. // Experiment: A Journal of Russian Culture;2013, Vol. 19, p283
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experiences of publishing the satirical journal "Zabiiaka" (Squabbler) in Russia.
- "I Recall..."--Evgenii LancÃ©ray. // Experiment: A Journal of Russian Culture;2013, Vol. 19, p289
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experiences of publishing satirical journals in Russia.
- Introduction: The Press Laws of the Revolutionary Period, October 1905-April 1906. Minin, Oleg // Experiment: A Journal of Russian Culture;2013, Vol. 19, p335
The article discusses the regulation of the satirical press in Russia during the revolutionary period from October 1905 to April 1906. The government used several measures to censor periodicals including warnings, temporary stopping publications and banning retail sales. Some of legal acts...
- Death of a Famous Name. // Time;6/2/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 22, p48
The article offers details regarding the world-famous satirical magazine in Germany, Simplicissimus. It briefly explores the magazine's history, underlining how the magazine's satire and criticism, particularly aimed towards the government, caused it to be frequently banned. It notes the...
- PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED. Billen, Andrew // Eye (0960779X);Winter2011, Vol. 21 Issue 82, p79
The article discusses the British satirical periodical "Private Eye." The author comments that the magazine's aim has never been ideological consistency, but rather to cause offence. One of its former editors, Christopher Booker, once called it the most unpleasant thing in British journalism. It...
- WASHINGTON DIARIST. C.P.F. // New Republic;12/1/86, Vol. 195 Issue 22, p42
Presents news briefs related to social conditions of Washington D.C. Release of the second issue of the periodical "Spy"; Plans of the magazine to publish articles related to political satire; Competition from other magazines publishing same type of content; Reasons for the closure of the Circle...
- Pegasus Hits the Street. Scott, Winfield Townley // New Republic;10/27/41, Vol. 105 Issue 17, p541
Focuses on the publication of column "New Verse" on poetry of new poets by the newspaper "Providence Sunday Journal." Report that the publication of the unpublished poetry which the editor thought to be of honorable literary quality, was a newspaper experiment; Communication from Rhode Island...