Ephrat Livni, Storytelling -- All Styles

I have lived and worked around the world, learning tongues and tales, taking notes, and telling stories. I wrote for abcNews.com and The Jerusalem Report, was a trial and appellate defender in Florida, a document review attorney at Google, served in the Peace Corps in Senegal, taught English in Japan, and was a French interpreter for African asylum seekers, among many other adventures. Now I live large in a tiny cabin in California's redwood forest, working as a hired pen and creating content. 

 I studied journalism, religion, and law, at Boston University, Columbia, and CUNY, respectively.

 

Fact & Fiction Samples:

abcNews.com: Meditation as Medicine on the Rise 

abcNews.com: WHO on How to Handle Ebola

abcNews.com: Scientists Find Error-Recognition Area of Brain

abcNews.com: Muslim Homeschooling on the Rise

abcNews.com: A Volunteer in Africa Watches Attacks From Afar

abcNews.com: Sex Education v. HIV in South Africa

 EL-Socio Beta: All the News We Fittin' to Link 

El-Socio Beta: Is Uber a Tech Company?

El-Socio Beta: Feeling Lucky--Sushi, Work, & the World's Friendliest Corporations

365tomorrows: The Single System System

YouTube: Between Epiphanies Intro

 

Propoganda:

Brooklyn Street Art: Well-Heeled Street Artist

Brooklyn Street Art: Images of the Week 6.09.2013 (preppy puppy)

Wheatpaste InfoRapid Knowledge Portal: Link Between Livni and Toulouse Lautrec 

Story Corps: Why Would They Do That?

Peace Corps & Africa, Honoring 50 Years: Service Through Story