Dennis Reeves Cooper

Dennis Reeves Cooper, Phd., published the previous version of Key West The Newspaper (The Blue Paper) from 1994 to 2012. He has joined the new Bluepaper’s team of columnists with his “Journalism as a Contact Sport” column while he waits for his application to the Peace Corps to go through the process. He will write about old stories from or about the old Blue Paper, and may delve into commentary on current events.

Jan 162015

by Dennis Reeves Cooper This is a followup to my letter to the editor that was published last week. It was in reference to the massacre of eight employees at a small newspaper in Paris by Islamic terrorists. The newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, which specializes in satire, had published cartoons that made fun of the Prophet […]

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Jan 092015
Dennis Reeves Cooper On Charlie Hebdo Tragedy

By now, you have probably heard the news from Paris: A little newspaper was raided by presumably Islamic terrorists after the paper published cartoons which made fun of the prophet Muhammad. At least 10 employees of the paper were shot dead. Back in 2006, employees at a Danish newspaper received death threats after publishing similar […]