Jeff Goldberg is a writer living in New York. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the MFA Program in Writing at the New School.
Jeff on the best books of the year.
Jeff versus Conde Nast
Jeff versus Junot Diaz
Jeff plays Halo
Jeff and Michael Chabon
Jeff’s probably not the Zodiac killer
Molly Young is a writer living in Providence. Her crucial website is Magic Molly.
When a Molly catches a Molly coming through the rye.
Molly enjoys beer milkshakes here.
Molly returns to her adolescence here.
Molly on Scorsese here.
The American Colony Part I here.
The American Colony Part II
Brian DeLeeuw is a writer living in New York. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the MFA Writing Program at The New School. He is assistant editor at Tin House, and a contributor to City Magazine.
Brian goes surfing, surfing USA
Andrew Zornoza, our senior book critic, lives in Carroll Gardens with his wife. A graduate of Princeton University and The New School MFA Writing Program, Zornoza was on a sustained acid trip through much of the 80s and 90s, and now will only recall spare moments of life before 9/11. He’s an extremely disturbed individual, and also not coincidentally a graduate of the MFA Program at The New School. His work has appeared in magazines such as Confrontation, Porcupine Literary Arts, CapGun, and his novel “Where I Stay” is forthcoming in 2008. He also has stories upcoming in Gastronomica and Matter magazine. He has been a slush pile sifter at both Zoetrope: All Story and Pindeldyboz. He can be reached at azornoza at gmail dot com.
Andrew’s entry on Adolescence
Time Keeps Slipping, Part Two
Time Keeps Slipping, Part One
Will Hubbard comes to our shores from Fantasia, where he played the mouse. He is a poet living in Williamsburg. He is also the editor-in-chief of Cap Gun Magazine, and the literary correspondent to This Recording. Will is a graduate of Brown University and is currently finishing his thesis at the New York University MFA Program in Poetry. He can be reached any time of day or night at whubbard [at] gmail [dot] com.
Will’s best songs of the half year.
Will discussed the Paris Hilton phenomenon-ology.
WH’s entry in the Childhood series.
WH on the New Yorker.
When Will went to Asheville.
Will on his mentor, Robert Creeley.
Jess’ entry in Adolescence.
Jess takes on Darjeeling.
Our girl Jessica Grose is newly an editor at Jezebel, where she will get paid for what we begged her to do for free, for the sake of the children. She is a graduate of Brown University. She is accorded the status of our more senior contributors. Sometimes I’ll just walk in the office and watch her force Danish to eat a Danish, purely for her own amusement. Her work has been featured in Salon, Spin, The New York Times and many other publications. Would you like to know more?
Nicholas Freilich‘s electronic alias Epicte and he are one. A graduate of Brown University and Georgetown University Law School, Freilich is our in-house counsel and most classically trained actor for the stage.
Nick’s Fall TV preview.
Nick on To Catch a Predator.
Nick blogs about blogging.
Nick on Vick.
On his alias as Epicte.
George Ducker is our sports correspondent and reporter-at-large.
He lives in Los Angeles, California. Learn more about him here.
The First Sports Corner
George interviews Craig Zobel.
George in The Believer.
Danish Aziz taught us how to be cool way back when, then he sold out to the mainstream media. He is a graduate of Brown University.
SF Denmark Digest
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