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Eric Wybenga is a writer and
editor specializing in the arts
and current affairs. Formerly
a writer at CBS News and
HDNet’s Dan Rather Reports,
he is also the author of Dead
to the Core (Delta, 1997) and a
contributor to VH1: 100 Greatest Albums (MTV, 2003). He
lives in Hudson, N. Y., where he
is currently at work on his first
novel, Waltzes and Loops.
Sheryl Nance-Nash has written for The New York Times,
Consumer Reports Money
other publications. Citing this
issue’s business story (page 44),
she says, “Hiring is one of the
toughest corporate challenges.
There are a million ways to
screw up, and getting it right is
part science and part art. The
new hire can take your company to the next level or send
it down a slippery slope. Stakes
are huge, especially now.”
Oliver Munday is a graphic
designer in New York City.
Along with his studio, he co-founded Piece, a socially
based design collaborative.
In 2010 he was named one of
PRINT magazine’s “ 20 under
30” in the new visual artists
review. His work has appeared
in Time, Wired, New York
Times Magazine, Business
Week, Fortune and Money.
Aaron Kotowski has a BFA
from Rochester Institute of
Technology, and his photography has won numerous
awards, most recently from
Communication Arts and the
Art Directors Club. For this
issue of Arrive, Kotowski photographed the Travel story
on Harlem’s new renassaince
(page 56) and the Food &
Drink story on Italian restaurants in Philadelphia (page 64).