Wood, E. Thomas 1963-
WOOD, E. Thomas 1963-
Born October 9, 1963, in Nashville, TN; married Nicki Pendleton (a food writer and cookbook editor), October 21, 1989; children: Violet Eloise Pendleton. Education: Attended University of Leeds, 1984-85; Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1986; Pembroke College, Cambridge, M.Phil., 2002.
Home and office—Cambridge European Associates, 56 Canterbury St., Cambridge CB4 3QF, England. E-mail—[email protected].
Freelance writer, 1984-90; Bank Director, Brentwood, TN, founding editor, 1990-93; Tennessean, Nashville, TN, business and investigative reporter, 1993-95; Eagle Communications, Inc., president, publisher and editor, 1997-99; Cambridge European Associates, Cambridge, England, affiliate. Tennessee Commission on Holocaust Education, member of board of directors, 1998—.
Holocaust research grant, City of New York, 1996; Gold Medal, City and Regional Magazine Association, 1999, for Nashville Life.
(With Stanislaw M. Jankowski) Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust, John Wiley and Sons (New York, NY), 1994.
(Editor, with John Egerton) Nashville: An American Self-Portrait (essays and photographs), Beaten Biscuit Press, 2001.
Author of a business book column, "BookPage," 1999-2000. Contributor to periodicals, including New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Editor and publisher of Nashville Life and Business Nashville, 1997-99.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Research on police responses to anarchist violence in England and France in the 1890s; research on the early history of British secret agencies (Special Branch and MI5).
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Commonweal, April 5, 1996, Eugene J. Fisher, review of Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust, p. 35.
Law Institute Journal, September, 1996, Evy Papadopoulos, review of Karski, p. 84.
New Statesman and Society, January 27, 1995, Amanda Hopkinson, review of Karski, p. 33.
Slavonic and East European Review, April, 1996, John P. Fox, review of Karski, p. 351.
Times Literary Supplement, May 5, 1995, Michael Burleigh, review of Karski, p. 8.