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Friedrich Knapp: New Yorker Founder & Chairman

Friedrich Knapp who is in his mid 60s resides in Brunswick, Germany. He is married with three children. In 1971 he opened a store in Flensburg, a northern Germany town. 313 more words


It's all about shorts and jacket

Hello lovelies,

Long time ago I promised I will wear Calliope spring jacket – today I wore it. Just when I decided to shoot some photos for the blog sun went home, and this jacket is just perfect for little bit cold summer nights. 124 more words


Moby Dick in Manhattan

Back just before my husband and I bought our first house, I was ramping up for a career writing fiction. But then I read a story in the New Yorker about this really talented writer who was living in poverty despite critical praise for his books, because they weren’t really  145 more words

Business Of Writing

Can a good short story survive in an anthology?

A good short story stands on its own as a complete and satisfying narrative that can be devoured in, according to the legendary short story writer Edgar Allan Poe, one sitting (Poe has some interesting ideas about short fiction in his critical writings). 463 more words


The Mitigator

The Mitigator

by Jeffrey Toobin, New Yorker, 2011

This little lovely is another article about the nuance of court proceedings, with the focus on how death-penalty cases in Texas have evolved – in sharply declining numbers.  13 more words

It's Official

And you could laugh at them. “My thesis is that the Grateful Dead were the Silliest Band in the World,” the anonymous genius (and ardent fan) behind the blog…

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new york, i'm back

I’ve posted a lot about other places – London, Paris, Hong Kong, Bali…. but just realized that the one nearest and dearest to my heart hasn’t gotten any love! 266 more words