The New York Times, by Susan Hodara
Selected Radio Commentaries and Interviews
Sporting Witness: Jim Thorpe - American Indian Legend
American Public Media's MARKETPLACE 5/30/2005
Morning Edition, NPR, 5/2/2000
The definitive biography of American Indian Jim Thorpe (1887-1953), arguably the greatest all-around athlete the United States has ever seen. Knopf Oct. 26, 2010.
"A splendid biography."-- Molly Haskell, NY Times, Editors' Choice. A Best Book of 2000: NY Times, Washington Post, LA Times, SF Chronicle, and others. Da Capo paperback, 2001, NYTimes Editors' Choice. U.K. hardcover and paperback edition: Aurum Press; additional Aurum paperback edition, 2008.
Selected & Miscellaneous Articles by me
"History Now," online quarterly journal of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, Issue 21, March 2010.
Charlie Rose Show 2/20/01
The Marmaduke Writing Factory occupies the basement of the Marmaduke Forster House in Pleasantville, which provides both a quiet space for writers to work and a forum for them to support one another.
"THE concept for establishing a collaborative enclave for writers is not new, but Marmaduke Writing Factory, a recently formed collective of professional writers [in Pleasantville, NY], has expanded that idea to include interaction with the general public..."