Sidney Zion





Sidney Zion


Born
in Passaic, New Jersey, The United States
November 14, 1932

Died
August 02, 2008


Sidney E. Zion was an American writer. His works include Markers, Begin from Beginning, Read All about It, Trust Your Mother but Cut the Cards, (collections of his columns), Loyalty and Betrayal: The Story of the American Mob and Markers (a novel). He co-authored The Autobiography of Roy Cohn. He also was a co-founder and co-editor of Scanlan's Monthly magazine.Zion graduated from University of Pennsylvania and Yale Law School, working as a trial lawyer until becoming Assistant US Attorney for New Jersey in 1961. He then turned to journalism and writing novels. He worked for various New York publications, including the New York Times, The New York Daily News, the New York Post and New York Magazine. In 1971, after having been fired by the N ...more

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Loyalty and Betrayal: The S...

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The Autobiography of Roy Cohn

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Markers

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Read All About It!: The Col...

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Trust Your Mother, But Cut ...

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A Child of the Century

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“Uncertainty is as good a way as any to kill a story.”
Sidney Zion, Read All About It!: The Collected Adventures of a Maverick Reporter