Tags: QUINDLEN, Anna, 1953-
- A rose for Anna. Bowman, James // New Criterion;Feb95, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p58
Focuses on the journalistic writings of Anna Quindlen. Concerns about greedy and selfish people; Contrast with Anne Frank.
- A woman for the times. // Psychology Today;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p26
Interviews columnist Anna Quindlen, who is at the forefront of a new brand of journalism that blends what happens at home and what happens in politics and business. She discusses her writing, her goal of advancing the understanding of the human condition, `mommy journalism' and more.
- A novel decision. // New Yorker;9/19/94, Vol. 70 Issue 29, p43
Reports on the resignation of columnist Anne Quindlen from the `Times' magazine. Background on Quindlen; Twice-weekly column in `Times' magazine; Career; Novels written.
- What makes a leader. // Redbook;Oct92, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p120
Presents comments from 15 of the most provocative voices in America. They talk about what the country needs now and what makes some people good leaders. Includes novelist Anna Quindlen, consumer advocate Ralph Nader and Texas Governor Ann W. Richards.
- Anna Quindlen: From the '60s to the '90s. Santora, A.M. // Commonweal;2/14/92, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p9
Interviews `New York Times' columnist Anna Quindlen. Background; How she does her work; Recent novel `Object Lessons'; Why she wrote it; Thoughts on her Catholicism; Response to critics; Views on the future of the church; Why she is prochoice on the abortion issue; Personal goals. INSET:...
- Laureate of real life. Morrisroe, P. // New York;12/24/90-1/1/91, Vol. 23 Issue 50, p100
Profiles Anna Quindlen, 38, a middle-class wife and mother who is also a gifted writer whose work is greatly admired by the powers at the New York `Times.' Writing assignments; Personal life; Writing style.
- Living the examined life. Becker, M. // Newsweek;4/4/88, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p65
Journalist Anna Quindlen, 35, occasionally tackles news issues but is more at home in the rocky emotional terrain of personal relationships. This fall, Random House will publish a collection of her columns, which may become the basis of a television series as well. Her career and personal life.
- All about Anna. Williams, Marjorie // Vanity Fair;Sep94, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p60
Profiles writer Anna Quindlen. First job interview with `The New York Times'; Success of her coming-of-age novel `Object Lessons,'; Pulitzer Prize victory for her `Public & Private' column; Lineage; Family and personal background; Domestic life; Career path; Professional poise; Marriages;...
- Anna Quindlen's church. Baumann, P. // Commonweal;2/28/92, Vol. 119 Issue 4, p5
Analyzes the form of Catholicism espoused by `New York Times' popular columnist Anna Quindlen. How she calls for a new church of choice, rather than the old strictly obligatory church; Impact of her 1960s background on the way she views faith; Dangers of Quindlen's rejections of old Catholic...
- Booby prize. Eastland, T. // American Spectator;Jun92, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p42
Opinion. Argues against the awarding of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary to `New York Times' writer Anna Quindlen. Cites gender-bias in her columns; Claim that she trivializes major issues; Tone of childishness and petulance in her columns.