Book: kNewspapers - A Novel About Love and Citizen Journalism by K. Paul Mallaschcategories: Book, Popular Culture, Newspaper Memoir, New Media, Love Story, Poetry, Pop Culture, Gonzo Journalism, Alternate Storylines, Citizen Journalism
K. Paul Mallaschabout this book: Have you ever had a dream of achieving something really big, of helping people on a large scale? This book is about intrepid webmaster Paul Malinski and his transformation into kpaul - part Walter Mitty, part Hank Moody with a dash of the Dr. of Journalism.
On his journey to save journalism for the people after being downsized by a large media corporation, he begins a journey that is his escape from everything he knew. From black holes to poetry to love to greed to Occupy Wall Street to robots and spaceships and automation, his epic quest develops over 460+ pages.
This autobiographical novel is probably NOT going to be what you were expecting, but there's a good chance you will be pleasantly surprised by what you find inside. A lover of words since an early age, K. Paul Mallasch, the author interjects poetry and fantasy while telling the tale of the transformation from big media (print) to quantum journalism (online/mobile).
• "The full disclosure of weakness is very powerful." — Amazon Review 6/29/13
• "This book is an interesting and inspiring read that left me on the edge of my seat. ... I highly recommend this read for anyone who has ever had a big dream and didn't know how to pursue it." — Amazon Review 7/11/13
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