Riley, Sam G.
RILEY, Sam G.
RILEY, Sam G. American, b. 1939. Genres: Biography, Writing/Journalism. Career: Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, assistant professor of journalism, 1970-73; Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, associate professor of journalism, 1973-81; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, professor of communication studies, 1981-. Publications: Magazines of the American South, 1986; GR8 PL8S: The Best of America Vanity Plates, 1991; Biographical Dictionary of American Newspaper Columnists, 1995; The American Newspaper Columnist, 1998. EDITOR: Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 73: American Magazine Journalists, 1741-1850, 1988; Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 79: American Magazine Journalists, 1850-1900, 1989; (ed. with G.W. Selnow) Regional Interest Magazines of the United States, 1990; Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 91: American Magazine Journalists, 1900-1960, First Series, 1990; Corporate Magazines of the United State, 1992; Consumer Magazines of the British Isles, 1993; The Best of the Rest: Non-Syndicated Newspaper Columnists Select Their Best Work, 1993; Dictionary of Library Biography, Vol. 137: American Magazine Journalists, 1900-1960, Second Series, 1994. COMPILER: Index to Southern Periodicals, 1986; (with G.W. Selnow) Index to City and Regional Magazines, 1989. Address: Department of Communication Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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