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Once upon a time, somewhere in the span between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hunter S. Thompson, a dapper posse of aristocrat journalists thrived by combining pre-war sophistication with post-war sexuality.

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By Sian Ballen & Lesley Hauge Photographs by Jeff Hirsch Though born and thoroughly brought up on the Upper East Side, artist Pamela Talese found her first significant subject matter on the other side of the river in Brooklyn and Queens.

Gay Talese (/ t ə ˈ l iː z /; born February 7, 1932) is an American writer. As a journalist for The New York Times and Esquire magazine during the 1960s, Talese helped to define literary journalism.

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In the winter of 1965, writer Gay Talese arrived in Los Angeles with an assignment from Esquire to profile Frank Sinatra. The legendary singer was approaching fifty, under the weather, out of sorts, and unwilling to be interviewed.

Nov 30, 2017 · In their fascinating and frustrating documentary “Voyeur,” directors Myles Kane and Josh Koury chronicle the lead-up to the publication of the 2016 book, which hit shelves amid a storm of controversy.

welcome. Gay Talese is a bestselling author who has written fourteen books. He was a reporter for the New York Times from 1956 to 1965, and since then he has written for the The New Yorker, Esquire, and other national publications.

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Esteemed writer and veteran journalist Gay Talese has decided to weigh in on the scandal surrounding Kevin Spacey for some reason. And he has no sympathy for those who’ve accused the actor of predatory behavoir and sexual harassment.

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Penguin Random House mourns the loss of beloved and prolific author, Philip Roth.

In 1971 Gay Talese published “Honor Thy man.” the product of six years spent with mafioso Bill Bonanno as he evaded police and sidestepped rivals fighting for control of the powerful New York Mafia family founded by his man, Joseph (Joe Bananas) Bonanno, Talese’s book was the first work of nonfiction to break omertà, the code of silence