Relin, David Oliver 1963(?)-
RELIN, David Oliver 1963(?)-
Born c. 1963. Education: Vassar College, graduated.
Journalist. Former senior news editor for react (weekly magazine).
Teaching/writing fellowship, Iowa Writers Workshop; Michener fellowship, 1992, for writing about Vietnam; over forty awards for his work as a writer and editor.
(With Greg Mortenson) Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Fight Terrorism and Build Nations—One School at a Time, Viking (New York, NY), 2006.
Contributor to periodicals, including Parade magazine and Skiing magazine. Contributing editor, Parade and Skiing.
For information on David Oliver Relin, please see sidelights on joint author Greg Mortenson.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Booklist, March 15, 2006, Vanessa Bush, review of Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Fight Terrorism and Build Nations—One School at a Time, p. 9.
California Bookwatch, April, 2006, review of Three Cups of Tea.
Chronicle of Philanthropy, May 4, 2006, "One Man's Fight to Educate Girls in Central Asia."
Entertainment Weekly, March 10, 2006, Timothy Gunatilaka, review of Three Cups of Tea, p. 73.
Kirkus Reviews, February 1, 2006, review of Three Cups of Tea, p. 124.
People, March 20, 2006, Maria Speidel, review of Three Cups of Tea, p. 65.
Publishers Weekly, March 1, 2004, John F. Baker, "Viking Senior Editor Ray Roberts Won an Auction for a Book by Mountaineer Greg Mortenson," p. 14; January 9, 2006, review of Three Cups of Tea, p. 45.
Wordstock,http://www.wordstock.com/ (August 30, 2006), brief biography of David Oliver Relin.*
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