|Book Review: Black Tide|
by Susan Lamont, Sonoma County Peace Press
December 31st, 2011
Review by Susan Lamont of the Sonoma County Peace Press.
|The Deepwater Horizon Disaster in Book Form|
by Kate Sheppard, Mother Jones
April 22nd, 2011
Antonia Juhasz's Black Tide: The Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill...pulls together many of the strings of the story of what really happened on April 20 in a way that's both engaging and informative.
|Deepwater Horizon - What to read at the first anniversary of the blowout |
by Writings from the black hole, The Economist
April 22nd, 2011
To look at the disaster as an outcome of America’s historic enthusiasm for oil production—in the 19th century the distinction between petroleum oil and whale oil in some markets was simply the adjective “American”—turn to “Blowout in the Gulf”, though the book’s claim that Deepwater Horizon says a great deal about the future of energy in America is something of a stretch. Antonia Juhasz’s “Black Tide” seems to get closer to the truth when she bemoans the fact that, as yet, Deepwater Horizon does not look like changing all that much in Washington, DC.
|Black Tide: Women and the Gulf Oil Spill, One Year Later|
by Megan Shank, Ms. Magazine
April 18th, 2011
In her masterfully reported book Black Tide: The Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill, author Antonia Juhasz demonstrates the systematic failures that led to the BP oil spill, uncovers the tragedy’s environmental impact and explores the direction policy and popular opinion have taken in the year since the disaster–a direction, Juhasz powerfully argues, largely steered by unprecedented, unhampered oil industry lobbying.
|Publishers ready books on Deepwater Horizon oil spill.|
by Julie Bosman, New York Times
July 20th, 2010
Stephen S. Power, a senior editor at Wiley, sought out Antonia Juhasz, the author of “The Tyranny of Oil: The World’s Most Powerful Industry — and What We Must Do to Stop It,” and commissioned her to write on the human tragedy.
“Agents and publishers are very savvy about this,” said Diana Finch, Ms. Juhasz’s literary agent. “There’s a huge crush of books, so they really do look for very clear angles and strong author credentials going into it. How will the author of this book get attention? Where will the author’s authority come from? Why will people want to read what that author has to say?”
© Antonia Juhasz