Alysia Abbott is a writer and former WNYC radio producer. Her work recently aired on KRCC and has appeared in a number of anthologies and publications, including Time Out and Salon.com. She is currently working on a memoir about her own childhood.
At the end of 2013, everyone I knew was talking about a single essay: Ariel Levy’s “Thanksgiving in Mongolia: Adventure and Heartbreak at the Edge of the Earth,” published in the New Yorker in November. Levy has … Read more
David Small has made a career illustrating books for children. So it was no surprise that he should be the featured speaker on the last day of Harvard’s popular class, “History, Philosophy and Literature of Childhood,” taught by … Read more