April 15, 2015 / by Cision Staff

April is National Poetry Month, and what better way to celebrate than to reply to all your emails in haiku? Well, you could also check out some new collections by emerging and established writers. This week we have rounded up the most influential book reviewers for Daily Newspapers in the U.S. on Twitter. Using Cision’s media database, we compiled the list based on Cision’s proprietary research. This list changes over time as Twitter followers update in real-time; all numbers were pulled April 15, 2015.



1.  Carolyn Kellogg – Los Angeles Times – 31,136



2.  Dwight Garner – The New York Times – 28,846



3.  Ron Charles – The Washington Post – 26,434


4.  Pamela Paul – The New York Times – 18,941



5.  Michiko Kakutani – The New York Times – 11,973



6.  Joy Press – Los Angeles Times – 9,263



7.  Alec Harvey – The Birmingham News – 8,661



8.  Tom Beer – Newsday – 7,803


9.  John Williams – The New York Times – 6,053



10.  Jennifer Maloney – The Wall Street Journal – 4,795




[Image courtesy of Erich Ferdinand on Flickr]




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