This Land Press

TaglinePlace-based literary journalism in and about Oklahoma
Year Founded2010
Type or CoverageGeneral
Business TypeFor-profit
Revenue SourcesLocal Ads
Revenue SourcesPrint Ads
Revenue SourcesSubscriptions
Revenue SourcesVenture Capital
Institutional SupportNo Institutional Support
Staff Size (Business)2-5
Staff Size (Editorial)2-5
Active VolunteersNone
AffiliationsMimosa Tree Capital Partners LLC. (Venture capital investment.)
Mappin LocationTulsa - Oklahoma
Principal StaffMichael Mason
Principal StaffVincent LaVoi
DescriptionEarlier this month This Land Press published the latest installment in its ongoing coverage of Bradley Manning the army private accused of providing thousands of pages of classified documents to WikiLeaks. The story by newly minted This Land staff reporter Denver Nicks looks at a formative period of Manning’s life through the eyes of Jordan Davis Manning’s best friend from elementary school. At that time Manning had been kicked out of his father’s home and drifted on to live with Davis and his parents. The two young men worked at a restaurant/arcade in Tulsa Oklahoma called Incredible Pizza and among Manning’s few possessions was a copy of Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason.
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