SM Kovalinsky

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Industry Communications or Media
Occupation free lance writer/publicist/editor/blogger
Location Morris County, New Jersey, United States
Introduction Writer/ editor/ press agent/ blogger, independent contractor and press agent for Metro Media Consulting Group . I emphasize philosophical analysis/critique. Studied philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh and Fairleigh Dickinson University; member of Phi Beta Epsilon honor society; organized/ attended/presented @ numerous philosophical meetings in NJ / New York City. Worked as a member of the press /reporter/ features article writer for "Today in Hunterdon" (Tucker Publishing, Flemington New Jersey). During the Clinton Administration was granted Presidential Press pass and covered major political events. Stress American history and politics; and philosophical cultural analysis. Global moderator on the Anthony Peake Cheating the Ferryman International Forum, (philosophy section) ; member of Democratic Underground & mybarackobama.com. Love Provincetown on Cape Cod, MA : the apex, reversal, inheritance and surpassing of all America; I second Thoreau's assertion that 'here one can stand, and leave all of America behind one.'
Interests philosophy, literature, music, the arts, nature, travel; American politics and history. Obsessions: gay men; Provincetown on Cape Cod, MA; Barack Obama; the play, Hamlet, and all commentaries on it, and all Hamlet-like men; Eminem
Favorite Movies Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Suddenly, Last Summer
Favorite Music John Foxx, Morrisey, Eno, Roxy Music, Depeche Mode, Eminem, Ultravox, Kraftwerk
Favorite Books Peter Manso's "P-Town: Art, Sex and Money on the Outer Cape"; Camille Paglia "Vamps and Tramps"; Rick Whitaker's "Assuming the Position"; Kierkegaard 's Anthology, Nietzsche(Human, all too Human, Beyond Good and Evil, Ecce Homo, Geneology of Morals), Charlotte Bronte(Villette, The Professor, Jane Eyere)short stories of Tennessee Williams, Schopenhauer, Byron, Hegel's Reason in History, Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, Heidegger's What Is Called Thinking?. . . too many, I own over 2500 texts. . .