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Peter Ames Carlin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peter Ames Carlin
Born (1963-03-13) March 13, 1963 (age 55)
Syracuse, New York
Occupation Journalist, critic and author
Nationality United States
Education
Subject Rock music and television
Website
peteramescarlin.com

Peter Ames Carlin (born March 13, 1963) is an American journalist, critic and author of several books. He has written for various publications such as People magazine, The New York Times Magazine, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and The Oregonian, and has published numerous books about music and musicians, mostly focused on rock music.

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Early years

Born in Syracuse, New York, Carlin was raised in Seattle, Washington, where he attended public schools including Garfield High School, from which he graduated in 1981. He attended Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, for a year then graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon in 1985.

Career

Carlin started publishing freelance work in 1985. Still living in Portland, he contributed stories to a wide variety of publications, including cover stories to The New York Times Magazine [1] and The Los Angeles Times Magazine.[2] In 1993, Carlin co-authored the autobiography[3] of mountaineer Stacy Allison, the first American woman to summit Mount Everest. In 1996, he moved to New York City to become a senior writer at People magazine, where he reported and wrote profiles about ex-Beach Boy Brian Wilson, Monty Python co-founder John Cleese and Ernest Hemingway.

Hired by The Oregonian newspaper to serve as its television columnist, Carlin moved back to Portland in late 2000. His years-long feud with Fox News Channel host Bill O'Reilly became a cause celèbre among journalists and cultural commentators.[4] Carlin was also an early and influential advocate for the TV series Arrested Development, Lost, The Shield and Mad Men.

Switching to feature writing in 2008, Carlin researched and wrote a three-part series about former KOIN-TV news director Jeff Alan, revealing the executive's previous identity and years of financial fraud against the U.S. government and financial institutions.[5] Published in April 2009, Carlin's stories prompted a year-long federal investigation that in April 2010 resulted in a 13-count federal indictment. Alan eventually pleaded guilty to Social Security fraud and was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.[6]

Carlin resigned from The Oregonian in May 2011 in order to focus on writing books. Author Buzz Bissinger praised Carlin's ability to write clearly and movingly about music, saying "If there is anyone who writes about modern musicians better than Carlin does, I don't know who it could possibly be."[7] The New York Times Book Review has reviewed three of Carlin's most recent works, biographies about Brian Wilson,[8] Paul McCartney[9] (review penned by singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega) and Bruce Springsteen[10] the latter of which landed on The New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Best Sellers list.[11] His account of the life of singer/songwriter Paul Simon was released in October 2016.

Publications

References

  1. ^ The Jackpot in Television's Future - New York Times
  2. ^ Pure Profit : For Small Companies That Stress Social Values as Much as the Bottom Line, Growing Up Hasn't Been an Easy Task. Just Ask Ben & Jerry's, Patagonia and Starbucks. -...
  3. ^ Allison, Stacy; Carlin, Peter (July 1, 1999). Beyond the Limits: A Woman's Triumph on Everest. ISBN 9781883697822.
  4. ^ Millican, Julie (August 2, 2006). "O'Reilly again baselessly attacked Oregonian's Carlin, this time for "vilifying" O'Reilly "by using far-left website propaganda material"". Media Matters for America.
  5. ^ Former KOIN director's life riddled with contradiction | OregonLive.com
  6. ^ Former KOIN news director Jeff Alan Brent gets 18-month sentence for using fraudulent identity | OregonLive.com
  7. ^ Paul McCartney: A Life: Peter A Carlin: 9781416562092: Amazon.com: Books
  8. ^ Handy, Bruce (July 23, 2006). "Bad Vibrations: Catch a Wave by Peter Ames Carlin". The New York Times Book Review.
  9. ^ Vega, Suzanne (December 16, 2009). "The Cute One: Paul McCartney by Peter Ames Carlin". The New York Times Book Review.
  10. ^ Garner, Dwight (November 6, 2012). "Americans May Never Get Weary of the Boss. Bruce, a Springsteen Biography, by Peter Ames Carlin". The New York Times Book Review.
  11. ^ Best Sellers - The New York Times

External links

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