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Ariel Levy becomes staff writer at The New Yorker Magazine

BrightSight Group speaker and author Ariel Levy is now a staff writer at The New Yorker. Ariel’s first book, Female Chauvinist Pigs, is now out in paperback, and has been translated into Dutch, French and Italian. Ariel has also also appeared on The Colbert Report, Oprah, and NPR’s Fresh Air. In the new anthology Thirty Ways of Looking at Hillary: Reflections by Women Writers, is Ariel’s  essay called “Cheating.”

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  1. [...] Ariel Levy is now a staff writer for The New Yorker.  (When did this happen?  Why wasn’t I told first?)  Let’s face it:  The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books–they’re still Sausage Parties, but they seem to be even moreso with a vengeance in the past decade or so.  So, it’s big news that the New Yorker has hired a feminist writer to write professionally about feminism and gender issues.  Hooray!  [...]

  2. drjalee52 says:

    I think that Ms. Levey is a remarkable writer. I enjoyed how she brings personal insight and experience to her work. I believe I am a fan of hers and will continue to follow her work at The New Yorker as well.

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