HOW JIMINY CRICKET HELPED ME EVEN THE SCORE WITH THE DODGERS
by Bob Natiello
Bob Natiello’s nonfiction short story, HOW JIMINY CRICKET HELPED ME EVEN THE SCORE WITH THE DODGERS, was judged a finalist in The Brooklyn Film and Arts Festival. Readers will find it at http://www.filmbrooklyn.org. Bob is one a selected group of Wharton alumni requested to fubmit articles for the WHARTON MAGAZINE ONLINE. His most recent piece, a 500-word blog on tattoos and their effect on income, can be found at htpp://whatonmagazine.com/blogs/the-clean-cut-way-to-boost-income-potential.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Feb. 2015
Bob Natiello Author- Essay Examines MOOCs in WHARTON MAGAZINE ONLINE
Less than one year after the University of Pennsylvania announced its commitment to online learning more than a half-million students signed on for one or more massive open online courses- MOOCs for short. Those half-million students outnumber all living Penn alumni by a ration of 1.7-to-1. Bob Natiello discusses this rapidly advancing learning phenomenon in the current WHARTON MAGAZINE ONLINE at http://whatonmagazine.com/blogs/right-business-model-can-make-moocs-sustainable. WHARTON-America’s Number One business school-includes Bob in a limited group of 50 alumni and faculty permitted to contribute to its online magazine.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 42. No. 5. October/November 2013
“Immigration Policy: A Victim of Cliffmanship?”
by Bob Natiello
Bob Natiello has been included in a select group of 50 University of Pennsylvania alumni and faculty permitted to contribute to WHARTON MAGAZINE online. His latest piece, “Immigration Policy: A Victim of Cliffmanship?” appeared on January 10, 2013. You can read it at whatonmagazine.com/blogs/immigration-reform-a-victim-of-cliffmanship.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of the Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 42, No. 1. February/March 2013
THE ALMOST PERFECT CRIME AND OTHER AWARD WINNING STORIES OF NEW YORK
by Bob Natiello
Bob Natiello’s collection of 22 short stories and memoirs is now available on Amazon, Authorhouse and Barnes&Noble. Titled THE ALMOST PERFECT CRIME AND OTHER AWARD WINNING STORIES OF NEW YORK, it’s offered in hard cover, soft cover and ebook. Included is his satire, “J.D. Salinger’s Tobacco Dependency,” awarded first prize for literary humor by the Society of Southwesern Authors. Four have been nominated for national Pushcart Prizes, those highly competitive awards given to the best of the small presses. Flap copy states, “All are clear, straightforward narratives from an accomplished miniaturist and verbally thrifty storyteller whose endings often surprise.”
Bob has also been selected to join a limited team of University of Pennsylvania faculty and alumni who have the privilege of submitting blogworthy pieces for THE WHARON MAGAZINE BLOG.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 41. No. 2. Apr.-May 2012