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Posts Tagged ‘Mary Elizabeth Williams’

And the Winners of the Six-Word Housing Story Contest Are…

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

To celebrate our excerpt of Gimme Shelter and interview with author Mary Elizabeth Williams, we held a little contest: What’s your six-word housing story? More than 200 of you left your six words in the comments section of her interview as well as below the initial contest call.

Contest: Your Six-Word Housing Story

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Maybe you spent years looking for the perfect fixer-upper—or maybe you lost it all when the real estate bubble burst. Whether you live in a Park Slope co-op or a split-level ranch, you can probably say something about housing in just six words. Mary Elizabeth Williams, who spent the better part of three years house [...]

Beautiful Pregnant Women: Mo Clancy

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

What is this thing called my obsession with pregnant women? I can’t say, I just think they’re about the most bold, beautiful, ferociously awesome creatures on this complicated planet. Among the most creative, kick-ass, lovely women I’ve had the pleasure to know is Ms. Mo Clancy. Mo launches companies while you’re trying to figure out [...]

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