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             Guest For  MONDAY JANUARY 25, 2010

                              JERELLE  KRAUS  





     Award-winning New York Times Art Director

             Whose Thirty-year Tenure Includes a

                 Record Thirteen Years at Op-Ed







"All the Art That's Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn't)

 Inside the New York Times Op-Ed Page" 




"To discover what really goes on inside the belly of the media beast, read All the Art That's Fit to Print.

The "Some That Wasn't" are never-published illustrations censored by Times poobahs and revealed here for the first time.

Jerelle Kraus's juicy tales include clashes with tyrannical editor Howell Raines and her two and a half hours alone with the dethroned peerless outlaw, Richard Nixon, who wanted the original of her drawing of him and Brezhnev.

In today's world of thought crimes, All the Art is must reading."

—Bill Maher, Host of HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher


“Kraus’ gutsy, gossipy, gorgeously illustrated book tells lots of tales out of school & perfectly channels it all.” 

The Washington Post


“Essential for your media library. An exceptional document to the art and politics of our time.” 
        —FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting)
"Along with museum-quality art (some shown in the Louvre) are uncommon insights and tantalizing backstage glimpses of Times decision-making, where editors detect genitalia in everything from a boot to a thermometer surrounded by snowflakes ('It's an ejaculation,' said Howell Raines)." 
American Journalism Review

"Kraus writes like a dream."

The San Francisco Chronicle


“Juicy, intelligent prose about the world’s top editors.”

—Serbin Communications


“Powerful, delightful, and gut-rippingly funny! A tour-de-force of commentary that tickles your intellectual funny bone.” 



“The pictures in this wonderful book are easily worth the price by themselves, but the anecdotes and text raise the work to a higher level for their revelations about how the News is processed at America's foremost paper."

Texas Photo Forum


“Kraus has the eye of a hawk and the heart of a revolutionary." 

 Ralph Steadman


“The colorful text spans the decades, from Nixon to Obama.”

Editor & Publisher


“With literary flair, in this overflowing treasure chest of ideas, politics and cultural critiques, Kraus proves that art is dangerous and sometimes necessarily so.”

—Publishers Weekly


"An intensely personal history of the page as it weathered the Times’ tempests and tinpot tyrannies."

—Columbia Journalism Review


“The Times' innovative Op-Ed page has given us the elegant visual jazz of artists set free in a parallel universe where Dada collides with Pop. Kraus serves up the best of these excursions, including, happily, those that went too far.”

—Garry Trudeau (“Doonesbury)




The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByYdw1Eyi98 - JERELLE KRAUS



More about: JERELLE KRAUSE & "All the Art That's Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn't -  Inside the New York Times Op-Ed Page"


Jerelle Kraus is the award-winning New York Times art director whose thirty-year tenure includes a record thirteen years at Op-Ed. She’s also been an art director at Time & the art director of Ramparts magazine & of Francis Ford Coppola’s City magazine.The New Yorker & The New York Times magazine have published her writing, including an“On Language” column that subbed for William Safire. Fluent in 4 languages, she was educated at Swarthmore & Pomona Colleges & l’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. She received an MA from UC Berkeley & a Fulbright scholarship to Munich.




                                       Monday January 25,  2010   

                                             11:00 AM - NOON

Channel 34 of the Time/Warner, Channel 83 of the RCN, & Channel 33 of the Verizon FiOS
                                  Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now also be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at:


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