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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Works Citing Nicholas Stix

I’m posting this because I need to link to it within an article. I compiled this list, because different organizations kept “disappearing” all traces of me (Amazon, since January 2008), and in some cases lying, and saying (e.g., Wikipedia) that nobody discusses my work.

That’s a heckuva thing to do to and say about a man with over 4,000,000 words in print.

Postscript, Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 12:11 a.m.: Note that soon after publication, Corey Tillerson's 2017 work, The Alt-Right: A Reference for the Far-Right Political Movement, was also “disappeared,” without a trace. I could not find it anywhere, at any price.

 

Christine Martin, ed. 1995 Poet’s Market: Where & How to Publish Your Poetry (Cincinnati, OH: Writer’s Digest Books), 1994.

Steven Farron. The Affirmative Action Hoax: Diversity, the Importance of Character and Other Lies (Seven Locks Press, 2005) (Cited as Robert Berman).

Corey Tillerson. The Alt-Right: A Reference for the Far-Right Political Movement (Lulu.com: Morrisville, NC, 2017).

James B. Lowe. The American Directory of Certified Uncle Toms (Bensenville, IL: Lushena Books), 2002.

Edward G. Lake. Analyzing the Anthrax Attacks: The First Three Years (Edward G. Lake), 2005.

Peter J. McCusker. Barry Barack Hussein Soetoro Obama: Identity and Racial Hypocrisy in America Double Standards, Double Speak, and Double Binds (Bloomington, IN: iUniverse), 2011.

G. Otte and R. Mlynarczyk. Basic Writing (Colorado State University, 2010.) (Cited as Robert Berman.)

Gregg Barak. Battleground: Criminal Justice: Volume 1: A-L (Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press), 2007.

William Dudley, ed. Biological warfare: opposing viewpoints (Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press), 2004.

Paul Kersey. Black Mecca Down: The Collapse of the City too Busy to Hate (Charleston, SC: CreateSpace), 2012.

Stevens, J.R. [PDF] “Bloggergate: How the CBS National Guard Story Affected Coverage of Webloggers.” … for Education and Journalism and Mass …, 2005 - online.journalism.utexas.edu [PDF] from utexas.edu... 2005). Available at: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/01/10/national/main665727.shtml.8

Theodore Roland Sares. Boxing is My Sanctuary: A Collection of Essays (Bloomington, IN: iUniverse), 2007.

Luis Benitez. Breve Antología Poética (Jaén, Spain: Publicatus Libros), 2006.

“Cheating: Ethics and Honor of High School Students.” By Nick Bender, John Litcher, and Leah McCoy. Studies in Teaching, 2000 Research Digest, Wake Forest University Department of Education, December, 2000. (Cited as Robert Berman.)

“In Chicago, Defending the Traditional Curriculum,” by A. Schneider, Chronicle of Higher Education, 1999. (As Robert Berman.)

Lynn Wooley. Clear Moral Objectives: Perspectives of a Texas Talk Host (Austin, TX: Eakin Press), 2003.

Keith Gilyard. Composition and Cornel West: Notes toward a Deep Democracy (Carbondale & Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University Press), 2008.

Victor Mbakpuo. The Conscience of a Nation: Clinton, Sex and Politics Around the World (Charleston, SC: BookSurge), 2005.

Jay S. Albanese. Criminal Justice (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Allyn & Bacon), brief edition, 2000.

Paul Kersey. Detroit: The Unauthorized Autopsy of America's Bankrupt Black Metropolis (CreateSpace: Scotts Valley, CA, 2015).

Len Fulton. The Directory of Small Magazine Press Editors & Publishers, 1993-199‎4 (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1993.

Len Fulton. The Directory of Small Press & Magazine Editors & Publishers (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1992.

Len Fulton. The Directory of Small Magazine Press Editors & Publishers, 1991-1992 (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1991.

“Ebonics als Fremdsprache oder pädagogisches Problem: Die Diskussion nach der Oakland Resolution von 1996,” MT Shareghi-Boroujeni - 2013 - books.google.com

J. David Ramirez, Terrence G. Wiley, Gerda de Klerk, Enid Lee and Wayne E. Wright, eds. Ebonics: the urban education debate (Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters; 2nd edition, 2005).

Mary E. Williams, ed. Education: opposing viewpoints (San Diego: Greenhaven Press), 2000.

Richard D. Fuerle. Erectus Walks Amongst Us (New York: Spooner Press), 2008.

Exquisite Corpse, Issues 39-44 (Baltimore, MD: Culture Shock Foundation), 1992.

Michael Muhammad Knight. The Five Percenters: Islam, hip hop and the gods of New York (Oxford, England: Oneworld Publications), 2008.

Geolinguistics, Volumes 23-24 (New York: American Society of Geolinguistics), 1997. (Cited as Nick Stix.)

Hans Ostrom and J. David Macey, eds. The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Literature [Five Vols.] (Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press), 2005.

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Literature: O-T.

Steve Sailer. America's Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama’s “Story of Race and Inheritance” (VDare Foundation: Litchfield, CT, January 22, 2009). (Cited as http://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2008/02/barack‐obama‐race‐man.html)

68 U. Miami L. Rev. 1025 (2013-2014) “He's a Black Male - Something Is Wrong with Him: The Role of Race in the Stand Your Ground Debate”; Jones, D. Marvin.

Index to Jewish periodicals, Volume 41, 2003.

Intelligence report: a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Issues 117-120 (Montgomery, AL: Klanwatch), 2005.

Len Fulton. International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1991.

Len Fulton. International Directory of Little Magazines & Small Presses (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1992.

H.S. Geyer. International Handbook of Urban Policy: Issues in the developed world (Cheltenham, Glos, England: Edward Elgar Publishing), 2009.

Ilana Mercer. Into the Cannibal's Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa (Mount Vernon, WA: Bytech Services), 2012.

Itinerarios: conversaciones con el poeta Luis Benítez, Volume 1 (Nueva Generación) 1995.

Burgess Owens. It’s All About Team: Exposing the Black Talented Tenth (Paperless Publishing), 2012.

Richard Phelps. Kill the Messenger: The War on Standardized Testing (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books), 2003.

Sophie Junge. Kunst Gegen Das Verschwinden: Strategien Der Sichtbarmachung Von AIDS in Nan Goldins Ausstellung, Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing (German Edition) Hardcover (Walter De Gruyter Inc, February 15, 2015).

Burgess Owens. Liberalism or How to Turn Good Men into Whiners, Weenies and Wimps (Post Hill Press: Nashville, TN) Jul 19, 2016.

L.V.L. Reeves. “Mina Shaughnessy and Open Admissions at New York's City College.” The NEA Higher Education Journal, 2001 (cited as Robert Berman).

Judy Forster. My Country Has Fallen and It Can’t Get Up: What Happened to Accountability? (Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse), 2006.

John Perazzo. The Myths That Divide Us: How Lies Have Poisoned American Race Relations (World Studies Books: Briarcliff Manor, Jun 1, 1998) (Cited as Robert Berman).

William D. Watkins. The New Absolutes (Bloomington, MN: Bethany House Publishers), 1996.

Byron A. and Valerie R. Falk. Personal Name Index to “The New York Times Index,” 1975-1999 Supplement: Rh-Stj (Sparks, NV: Roxbury Data Interface), 2002.

Byron A. and Valerie R. Falk. Personal Name Index to “The New York Times Index,” 1975-2001 supplement, Volume 8 (Sparks, NV: Roxbury Data Interface), 2005.

Judson Jerome. Poet’s Market 1992 (Cincinnati OH: Writer’s Digest Books), 1991.

Christine Martin. Poet’s Market, 1994 (Cincinnati OH: Writer’s Digest Books), 1993.

Daniel Egan and Levon Chorbajian. Power: A Critical Reader (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall), 2005.

“Pre-Trial Prejudice 2.0: How Youtube Generated News Coverage is Set to Complicate the Concepts of Pre-Trial Prejudice Doctrine and Endanger Sixth Amendment Fair Trial Rights.” Mastromauro, Matthew, 10 J. High Tech. L. 289 (2009-2010).

Ann R. Bumbak. Profiling Cop-Killers (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press), 2014.

Dianne Williams. Race, Ethnicity, and Crime: Alternate Perspectives (New York: Algora Publishing), 2012.

James Edwards. Racism, Schmacism: How Liberals Use the "R" Word to Push the Obama Agenda (Charleston, SC: CreateSpace), 2010.

Rick Roush. A Rational Approach to Race Relations: A Guide to Talking Straight about Contemporary Race Issues (Bloomington, IN: iUniverse, Inc.), 2008.

James Dobranich. Reparations: Fleecing America (Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse), 2003.

Gary A. Olson, ed. Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work (Carbondale & Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University Press), 2002.

Chip Berlet and Matthew Nemiroff Lyons. Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort (New York: Guilford Press), 2000.

David Talbot. Season of the Witch: Enchantment, Terror and Deliverance in the City of Love (Free Press, New York City: May 8, 2012). (Cited as www.thezebraproject.blogspot.com)

Len Fulton. Small Press Record of Books in Print: 1994-1995 (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks), 1994.

Stefan Kanfer. Somebody: The Reckless Life and Remarkable Career of Marlon Brando (New York: Alfred A. Knopf), 2008.

John R. and Russell J. Rickford. Spoken Soul: The Story of Black English (Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons), 2000.

David B. Cohen. Stranger in the Nest: Do Parents Really Shape Their Child's Personality, Intelligence, or Character? (Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 1999.) (Cited as Robert Berman.)

Albert D. Pastore, Ph.D. Stranger Than Fiction: An Independent Investigation of the True Culprits Behind 9-11 (Mesa, AZ: Dandelion Books), 2004.

George Otte. Sunrise, Sunset: Basic Writing in America: The History of Nine College… (Hampton Pr) 2008 (cited as Robert Berman).

Linda A. Spears-Bunton and Rebecca Powell, eds. Toward a Literacy of Promise: Joining the African-American Struggle (Routledge), 2008.

Keith Gilyard. True to the Language Game: African American Discourse, Cultural Politics, and Pedagogy (New York: Routledge), 2011.

Richard West and Lynn H. Turner. Understanding Interpersonal Communication: Making Choices in Changing Times, Enhanced Edition (Florence, KY: Wadsworth Publishing; 2nd edition), 2010.

Robert James Stove. The Unsleeping Eye: Secret Police and Their Victims (San Francisco: Encounter Books), 2003.

Peter Brimelow, ed. VDARE.com 2010 Anthology (Litchfield, CT: VDARE.com Books), 2010.

Peter Brimelow, ed. VDARE.com 2011 Anthology (Litchfield, CT: VDARE.com Books).

Peter Brimelow, John Derbyshire, Nicholas Stix, et al. VDARE.com 2012 Anthology (Litchfield, CT: VDARE.com Books), 2013.

Peter Brimelow, ed. VDARE.com 2013 Anthology (Litchfield, CT: VDARE.com Books), 2013.

Peter Brimelow, ed. VDARE.com 2014 Anthology (Litchfield, CT: VDARE.com Books).

Luis Benitez. El venenero y otros poemas (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Nueva Generación), 2005.

Steve Adubato, Ph.D. What Were They Thinking? Crisis Communication: The Good, the Bad, and the Totally Clueless (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press), 2008.

Michael T. Petro Jr. Welcome to Soviet America (Longwood, FL: Xulon Press), 2010.

Jared Taylor. White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century (New Century Books: Oakton, VA, 2011).

Pat Schneider. Writing Alone and with Others (New York: Oxford University Press), 2003.

 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Fascists and Communists did the same to people they wanted to 'disappear', and it looks like this trend in our 'democracy' is just going to get more vindictive and vicious.
It's become almost impossible to read any 'news' story online today, and not encounter multiple English grammatical/usage errors - along with the peddling of what is actually 'opinion' in the place of real 'news' reporting.
The most obvious source is the incredible pressures HR departments at these 'media outlets' are under to hire the 'right looking' people, irrespective of whether they may actually be able to write: the 'dumbing down' of 'newsrooms' continues apace.
To have a 'diverse' (ie, AA) writing staff - rather than a competent one - is now the primary motive (and upper-management directive) in the world of what passes for 'Journalism' today.

David In TN said...

A site called criminalminds.fandom.com has recently introduced a page on the Zebra Killers. Among other sources, it references your work on the case, The Zebra Project:

https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/The_Zebra_Killers

Anonymous said...

Nicholas of course is whitelisted. Removed not physically but removed in every other way possible. And YES, the idea would be to remove physically. A minor consideration but probably a major wish.

Nicholas said...

Thank you, David. I was unaware of that site.

Nicholas said...

Anon, Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 11:00:00 A.M. EDT

I've noticed that, too. The writing is not only uninformative but illiterate.