Tuesday night: join the (media) circus

April 5th, 2009 → 2:49 pm @ // 2 Comments

The 24 hours immediately following Opening Day is always a bit of a let-down: there’s the months of buildup, the six weeks of Spring Training, that first game…and then an off-day? What, people already need a rest?

This year, the wonderful men and women at Gelf have decided to help out those of you living in NYC…and I’ve decided to help them. You guessed it: Tuesday night I’ll be part of a panel at Gelf’s first-ever Media Circus event – which, according to those in the know, is “a new monthly speaking series…held at JLA Studios in DUMBO, Brooklyn—only one subway stop away from Manhattan!” (Gmap for JLA at 63 Pearl St.) Besides me, Gawker media critic Hamilton Nolan and Portfolio’s Jeff Bercovici will be talking about how we’re all about to join the ranks of the unempl…er, about “how the press covers and consumes itself.” The event is free, drinks will be served, doors open at 7pm, and the panel starts at 7:30.

(And to those of you who think I haven’t learned anything in the past five years…I’ve forever retired the oft-mocked picture of me that accompanied previous interviews, etc. For the Q/A table-setter for this event — in which I talk about the Red Sox, drugs, the Kindle, and Russian Jews — I opted for a mostly obscured shot of me riding in a tank. So there.)


Post Categories: 2009 Opening Day & Gawker & Media reporting & Portfolio & Speaking appearances

2 Comments → “Tuesday night: join the (media) circus”


  1. floridagirl25

    8 years ago

    Have fun – now that the game will take place later tomorrow, it should finish just in time for the panel.

    Let us know where we can find your current writing projects, too.

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  2. deversm

    8 years ago

    Here’s hoping your knee deep in something good that will make an appearance soon. It’s been close to a year since your last Vanity Fair piece. We could all use a little more Mnookin.

    Reply

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