The New York Observer
Date: 2011-12-21
Author: Kat Stoeffel

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Author, Kat Stoeffel
Mentioned, Adrien Brody
Mentioned, Nick Denton
Mentioned, Mark Hunter
Mentioned, Devorah Rose
Mentioned, Cory Kennedy
Mentioned, Mary McCarthy
Mentioned, Emily Gould
Mentioned, Chris Kraus
Mentioned, Salman Rushdie
Mentioned, Katha Pollitt
Mentioned, Tao Lin
Mentioned, Page Six
Mentioned, Soho House
Mentioned, Tao
Mentioned, The New York Post
Mentioned, The New York Times
Mentioned, Nerve
Mentioned, The New York Times Magazine
Mentioned, Social Life Magazine
Mentioned, Gawker
Mentioned, Gawker Media
Mentioned, Google
Mentioned, New York Post
On one of the first nights of summer break, Marie Calloway, a 21-year-old Portland college student, was up until 3 a.m., sitting in her parents house in Nevada, working up the nerve to hit send. For weeks she had been exchanging e-mails with a writer she admired. Now she would make a frank proposal. He had expanded her world view, she told him, and shed be in New York at the end of the month. Would he like to sleep with her? He responded promptly. Six months later, Ms. Calloway published a 15,000-word story about the brief affair. It couldnt have surprised those familiar with her work. On Thought Catalog and her personal blog, Ms. Calloway published similar accounts of sexual encounters with Internet acquaintances. She even told the writer ...(read more)
... On one of the first nights of summer break, Marie Calloway, a 21-year-old Portland college student, was up until 3 a.m., sitting in her parents house in Nevada, working up the nerve to hit send. For weeks she had been exchanging e-mails with a writer ...
... Not really Adrien Brody. That is what weve agreed to call this much less famous person because anyone who wants to figure out who he is probably already has. Besides, Mr. Brody could not be reached for comment. Neither is Marie Calloway really Marie ...
... once said the same thing about his former employee Emily Gould, after Exposed, her memoir of writing about her personal life online, was published in The New York Times Magazine. Not suprisingly, Ms. Gould was also intrigued by Adrien Brody. She p ...


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