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Thea Joselow
Thea Joselow has been an online writer and editor for longer than she cares to admit. She has written and produced Web content at NPR Digital Media, Smithsonian magazine and - most recently - a strategic communications and public relations firm in Washington, D.C.

Entries by Thea Joselow

We Can Live Longer, Healthier Lives. So Why Don't We?

(1) Comments | Posted September 8, 2011 | 6:25 PM

"Let's talk about non-communicable diseases," I might say to you.

"Omigod, I am sick to death of talking about NCDs," you totally would not say. "If I hear one more world leader outlining a clear plan to address them, I'm simply going to scream," you would never add.

The acronym...

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Dear New Parent: Advice From People Without Kids

(0) Comments | Posted August 19, 2011 | 11:26 AM

I have wonderful friends. Smart, observant, thoughtful, accomplished and broadly experienced in the ways of the world. And some of these well-rounded individuals don't have kids. Some chose not to, some had the choice made for them in one way or another. As one dear person put it, "People without...

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Become a $5 Art Collector With the Art-o-mat

(2) Comments | Posted August 30, 2010 | 2:38 PM

My art collection seems to be suffering from inflation. I couldn't find anywhere in the Smithsonian American Art museum to break a $20 bill into fives. After making my way to the third floor, up the gorgeous stairs, through the elaborately restored (and true to its name) Great...

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"Why Read an Author Who Hasn't Lived?" An Interview With Joe Quirk

(0) Comments | Posted August 16, 2010 | 12:00 PM

A few weeks ago, I posted an interview with extremely gracious author guy Christopher Moore. In it, he noted that he'd recently read Exult, by Joe Quirk. Joe saw that and asked if I'd like to give his book a try. Brilliant, no? So I did....

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Tiny Dragons and Unprintable Socks: An interview with Author Christopher Moore

(0) Comments | Posted June 15, 2010 | 5:10 PM

There are a few authors on my "must go to the bookstore and buy the hardcover immediately even if I don't have a gift card" list, and Christopher Moore is one of them. The day that Bite Me was released, I was in my neighborhood Barnes and Noble having an...

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