Hello.

 

Hello. I am a journalist and producer living in New York.

Things I’m thinking/writing about currently, as of 2017.  Adulthood, everywhere but New York City, my grandmother, myself, statelessness, what’s left of privacy, the vagueness of moral instinct, how to identify the frames people use to understand the world and then subvert them.

This blog. It makes no promises and is rarely linear. It’s kind of stuck in 2008 in that way. It was started in 2011 when everything was different.

Manifesto, of sorts. For all those who think too much

Work.
Columbia Journalism Review
On Assignment
The Real Deal

Elsewhere.
Twitter @chavarisa
Goodreads Books

Contact me at chava.gourarie [at] columbia [dot] edu, or leave a comment.

2 Comments

  • Benyomin
    April 21, 2013

    Nice variety
    Keep writing
    And put something about yourself, maybe with a a picture

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