A.J. writes about edtech and sales for B2B companies. A journalist with more than 15 years of experience, she still pitches and publishes regularly.
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Khaled Hosseini, the
who achieved literary
fame with his book “The
Kite Runner” is rarely
recognized when he
returns to his native
Afghanistan. He attributes
anonymity he experiences
in Kabul to high
illiteracy rates, although
his literary achievements
have made his name a
household word in the
Don McLean, the man who
wrote his biggest hit about “the
day the music died” says he
rarely writes songs and will probably not make any more records.
Eco-chic wedding show debuts in Stamford
An interview with Pulitzer winning author Richard Russo.