Emily F. Popek
Popek is a newspaper editor who moonlights as a bookstore clerk and freelance writer. She received a bachelor's degree in American studies from Bennington College and worked more than 25 different jobs over a 10-year period. She lives in upstate New York with her husband.
Vivid, striking, colorful, arresting and at times even shocking, these posters speak loudly with voices of sorrow, righteousness, defiance and humor.
08 Jun 2009
Simple acts -- picking up the phone, sending a Christmas card -- can have profound consequences, not only for ourselves, but for our friends and family.
21 May 2009
Ross' prescriptions for the future job market may seem difficult to achieve, but he argues convincingly that we must strive for these goals if we are to have any hope of humane, stable and equitable livelihoods in the future.
05 May 2009
Andrews' book distinguishes itself from conventional labor histories by going beyond sociological factors to look at the total physical environment and the role it played in the lives of both labor and management, and how it would lead to the Ludlow Massacre of 1914.
29 Jan 2009
Before radio signals and GMT, one family literally conveyed time itself from the Greenwich Royal Observatory to business people around London who would pay to know exactly where the clock's hands stood.
16 Nov 2008
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