Jonathan Safran Foer

Jonathan Safran Foer (born February 21, 1977) is an American writer. He is best known for his novels Everything Is Illuminated (2002) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2005). In 2009, he published a work of nonfiction titled Eating Animals. While Foer's works have been released to widespread critical acclaim, he remains a somewhat polarizing figure among contemporary critics and academics, attracting in equal measure both passionate praise and criticism. Foer currently teaches creative writing at New York University.
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  • United’s Rhapsody Magazine Takes Content Marketing to New Heights

    … 30 celebrated writers, including Joyce Carol Oates, Karen Russell, Emily St. John Mandel, and author of the most recent Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Anthony Doerr. Their nostalgic travel stories are printed alongside accounts of “power couples” like Bill and Melinda Gates and profiles of celebrities like Robert De Niro. As the airline’s managing…

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  • Best Practices For Using Physical Objects In Your Marketing Efforts

    … the writer Jonathan Safran Foer pitched CEO Steve Ells on his idea to include original short stories on their cups, the burrito makers were all aboard. By utilizing previously blank space with entertaining and engaging content, Chipotle was able to provide a unique experience to its customers, stand out from its competitors, and generate positive press. 5…

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