Monthly Archives: January 2010

Blogging: On Davos for

I’m writing about the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, from a small-business perspective. I’m doing two posts a day, for the length of the meeting. Here are my posts Update: The Atlantic redesigned their site, and unfortunately, my postings … Continue reading

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Reading: Tandem Readings, January 17th

Looks like I’m taking part in Tandem Readings’ monthly reading series at CELL THEATRE on the 17th. It’ll be with some great people: Irina Reyn, I introduced at a PEN World Voices event that Guernica sponsored a while back, and … Continue reading

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Guernica: “Hot Corner of the World”

Israeli novelist Assaf Gavron, acting as Guernica‘s Guest Fiction Editor for the January 1-15 issue, chose to feature the younger generation’s work in Israeli literature. From his introductory essay: First off, we are defined by who we are not: we … Continue reading

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