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Nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri, quo me cumque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes.
Horace, Epistles 1.i 14-15

 

As a journalist, copywriter, and critic, Joshua Avram has written thousands of articles on topics as diverse as weird plants, industrial design, urban farming, gnomes, NAFTA, the fiction of William Gaddis, the music of Bobby Conn, and the films of Hou Hsiao-hsien. He has conducted interviews with such people as Preston Manning, then-Leader of the Official Opposition in the Canadian federal government; illegal immigrants working at meatpacking plants in Omaha; Ray Carney, film theorist and John Cassavetes expert; disgruntled farmers (is there any other kind?); Britt Daniel of the band Spoon; Kim Deal's sister (post-rehab); the aforementioned Bobby Conn, diminutive failed Anti-Christ; and corporate spokespeople who are unable to comment due to the ongoing legal actions in which their employers are currently involved. His work as an investigative reporter earned Joshua Avram a mention in the Canadian government's Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food, an honor that has retained its luster far longer than Cuba Gooding Jr.'s Oscar win for his performance in Jerry Maguire.

 

Joshua Avram is employed as a Senior Branding Writer at one of the largest online retail companies in the U.S., and he spends his free time voraciously reading obscure fiction and books about history, science, and eccentric people while trying to avoid being crushed by his copy of Taschen's 16.4-pound Jumbo version of Albertus Seba's Cabinet of Natural Curiosities. This makes him feel sort of like Tantalus condemned to spend eternity in an overstuffed library–a sentiment that is likely not far from the truth.

 

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