Citations with the tag: JACKSON, Dick
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- Drug Addicts Who Cure Each Other.
ROBINSON, LOUIE // Ebony; Feb1963, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p116
The article offers information on the results of a group therapy of drug addicts in Synanon House in Santa Monica, California. It notes that there are about 100,000 drug users in the U.S., and comparatively few of them will ever be able to give up. However, for those who want to be free from...
- The Funny Old Days.
ROBINSON, LOUIE // Publishers Weekly; 7/22/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 29, p87
Presents information on the experiences of several U.S. children's publishers about their early days in the business. Stephen Roxburgh of Front Street Books; Dick Jackson of Simon & Schuster; Jonathan Schmidt of Tor Books.
- Making stories happen.
Vail, Rachel // Horn Book Magazine; May/Jun94, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p301
The author discusses how she became a writer of young adult novels. She describes people who have influenced her writing, including English teachers who loved similes, irony or surrealism, a professor who challenged her to discover her characters, and Dick Jackson, her editor. She reflects on...
- False Carrot.
Lyon, George Ella // Horn Book Magazine; Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p141
The article presents the author's views on comparing writing with gardening. The author gives a description of a character from the novel "With a Hammer for My Heart" to support her theory. The comments on the characters from the editor, Dick Jackson, of the book "Here and Then," by George Ella...