Author Archives: Omer Rosen
This is an ongoing series of articles and cartoons about my life without a cellphone: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Reintroduction Part 3-A: Maslow Into Madness Part 3-B: Maslow Into Madness (Rabbit Holes) Part 3-C: Maslow Into Madness (Unbound) Part … Continue reading
An article about a particularly healthy block: The Healthiest Block In New York?
Here are two more articles about my time in banking: I, Too, Have Messed With LIBOR On Greg Smith, Goldman Sachs, and a Perp Walk Down Memory Lane
An edited version of the below appeared in the Winter 2011 issue of NY Arts Magazine The ACTION–ReACTION exhibition at .NO, a Lower East Side gallery dedicated to Norwegian artists, aims to explore power relations. However, .NO also creates a link to … Continue reading
Published in The Huffington Post Co-written with Casey Michael Henry There are recognizable rituals to the post-burial coalescence of an author’s legacy: the heartfelt memorial, the vaguely similar-to-visage-seeming New Yorker cartoon, the earnest and inspiring discussions of author and work … Continue reading
Published in The Huffington Post A pretentious open letter, full of generalizations and exaggerations, to current and recent high school and college students: The following is not a lecture, though it might seem to be. Nor is it an attempt to … Continue reading
Published in The Huffington Post Ever since I converted to atheism, I have wondered what it means to be a Jew. Was I even Jewish anymore — the ‘ish’ appending my classification suddenly appearing more appropriate? Such were my musings at … Continue reading