Invisible Ink – Book Review

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Carl Venos book, Invisible Ink, provides an insiders view of the newspaper world during the authors 25-years as a journalist and editor – at a time when major events were having dramatic affects on American society. Told in a no-nonsense matter-of-fact manner, the tales of experience are intermingled with the authors family history, including the immigration of his Italian ancestors to America more than 125 years ago. Reminiscent moments clearly reveal Carls fond memories of growing up and his youthful love of New York.

Various newspaper readership “wars” were destroying and absorbing each other during an incredible age of change and discovery for the American people. Exciting and newsworthy issues including men and women learning to co-exist in the workplace, mobsters, racism, riots, war and space travel were fighting for newspaper space. Between all this the author reveals inner office politics within the industry. We all know from our own experience, differences occur at places of employment management issues, co-worker competition, etc. and it is all here. Yet on top of this the reader is introduced to interesting and eccentric characters,...

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