To learn more about the history of journalism in Cleveland and read the original writings of the city's journalists and columnists consult the bibliography below.
Cleveland WPA Project (1938). Annals of Cleveland 1818-1935.
Baldasty, Gerald J. (1999). E.W. Scripps and the Business of Newspapers.
Condon, George (1967). Cleveland: the best kept secret.
Covert, John C. (1892). "The Pioneer Press in Cleveland" in The Annals of the Early Settlers Association of Cuyahoga County."
Kennedy, Charles E. (1925) Fifty Years of Cleveland...A book largely about daily newspapers 1875-1925.
Porter, Phillip (1976). Cleveland: Confused city on a seesaw.
Rose, William G. (1990) Cleveland: the making of a city.
Shaw, Archer. (1942). The Plain Dealer: one hundred Years in Cleveland.
Tidyman, John. Gimme Rewrite Sweetheart: Tales from the glory days of Cleveland newspapers--told by the men and women who reported the news.
Casserly, Jack (1993). Scripps: the divided dynasty.
Gardner, Gilson (1932). Lusty Scripps: the Life of E.W. Scripps.
McCabe, Charles (ed.). (1951). Damned Old Crank: a self-portrait of E.W. Scripps drawn from his unpublished writings.
O'Donnell, Doris (2006). Front-Page Girl.
Seltzer, Louis B. (1956). The Years Were Good.
Wood, James (2011). Out & About with Winsor French.
Bellamy, John Stark & Condon, George (eds.). One Man's Mirror: S.J. Kelly's wonderful Cleveland wayback machine.
Condon, George (1968). Laughter from the Rafters.
Feagler, Dick (1996). Feagler's Cleveland.
-----------------(1998). Did You Read Feagler Today?
-----------------(2001). I Know I'm Not Supposed to Say This...But I'll Say It Anyway.
-----------------(2005). Is It Just Me?
Heaton, Chuck (2007). Truth and Justice for Fun and Profit.
McDermott, William (1959). The Best of Mcdermott: Selected writings.
Porter, Phillip (1979). The Best of Loveland.
Schultz, Connie (2006). Life Happens and Other Unavoidable Truths.