Flaste, Richard (Alfred)
FLASTE, Richard (Alfred)
FLASTE, Richard (Alfred). American, b. 1942. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Documentaries/Reportage, Food and Wine. Career: New York Times, NYC, parent-child columnist, reporter, 1973-76, assistant style editor, 1976-80, deputy director of science news, 1980-82, director of science news, 1982-. Publications: NONFICTION: (with D.N. Flaste and E. Rodman) The New York Times Guide to Children's Entertainment: In New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, c. 1976; (with P. Franey) Pierre Franey's Kitchen, 1982; (with Franey) Pierre Franey's Low-Calorie Gourmet, c. 1984; (with others) The New York Times Guide to the Return of Halley's Comet, c. 1985; (with Franey) The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet's Low Calorie Cooking, 1989; (ed.) The New York Times Book of Science Literacy: What Everyone Needs to Know From Newton to the Knuckleball, c. 1991; (with Franey) Pierre Franey's Cooking in America, 1992; (with others) Medicine's Great Journey: One Hundred Years of Healing, 1992; (with Franey) Pierre Franey's Cooking in France, 1994; (with Franey and B. Miller) A Chef's Tale: A Memoir of Food, France, and America, 1994; (with J.E. Brody) Jane Brody's Good Seafood Book, 1994; (with E.L. Deci) Why We Do What We Do: The Dynamics of Personal Autonomy, c. 1995; (with L. Abramson) The Defence Is Ready: Life in the Trenches of Criminal Law, 1997. Address: New York Times, 229 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036, U.S.A.