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ETC author and ISGS Member, Philip Vassallo, has published The Inwardness of the Outward Gaze: Learning and Teaching Through Philosophy (Publish America, 2003), a collection of 16 essays that emerged from his experiences as a college writing professor, corporate consultant, doctoral student, and freelance writer. ISGS recently published Vassallo's book The Art of On-the-Job Writing, inspired by his ETC column "Words on the Line." Vassallo also recently directed, for the first time, his eighth produced play, The Phoenix, which premiered in the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Original Short Play Festival and received a subsequent staging in the Strawberry One-Act Festival, New York City.
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Title Annotation:News & Notes; Philip Vassallo
Publication:ETC.: A Review of General Semantics
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Date:Sep 22, 2003
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