Entries from March 2010

Extraordinary things are happening in Ireland: words of peace from Rev. Ian Paisley & Martin McGuinness & Gerry Adams” I add a comment to a recent report in the London Daily Telegraph, tying my new book, “This should never have happened” to the miracle in Ulster.

Published on March 24th, 2010 by Malachi

TO: The London DAILY TELEGRAPH Dear Sir, I read with great interest –indeed, almost disbelief– of the Rev. Paisley’s sentiments expressed in his last Commons speech; have been following his miraculous recent evolution and that of his “colleagues” Martin McGuinness and Gerry Adams. I saw MMcG interviewed here in New York (on the well-regarded Charlie […]

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“On being the Dumb Money at the table.” –that’s us, folks. Michael Lewis’s new book, “The Big Short” is going to make you mad as hell and you’re not going to take it anymore. Hopefully!

Published on March 21st, 2010 by Malachi

Frank Rich has a powerful piece about Michael Lewis’s new book about the Fiscal Collapse, called “The Big Short” in the New York Times today. (Lewis wrote “Liar’s Poker” back in the 80’s which you might have read). I’ve been very interested in “The Big Short” and wrote a long Comment to the Frank Rich […]

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About my new book, “This should never have happened” and the 2010 Small Press Book Fair

Published on March 10th, 2010 by Malachi

How this post came about: I got a somewhat depressing Google Alert about the recent Small Press Book Fair put on by NYCIP. It was written by Carolyn Kellogg who runs a Book Blog at the L.A. Times. Apparently –very few people showed up at a Book Fair (in Manhattan, at 20 W.44 St) that […]

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