WJI Buzz - Fujimura, Kristof, McDonald, Starnes

Feb 28, 2009

Makoto Fujimura (WJI speaker 02-03) has a new book out called Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art and Culture. Fujimura is an internationally-renowned Japanese-American artist and founder of International Arts Movement.

Nicholas Kristof (WJI speaker 06) is the subject of the recent documentary film Reporter, shown at the Sundance Film Festival. The documentary tracks the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist as he reports from the Congo.

Ryan McDonald (WJI 08) is interning for A&R Department, an online music publication created to inform music professionals, aspirants, and enthusiasts about the art and economics of the music business.

Todd Starnes (WJI speaker) has written his first book, They Popped My Hood And Found Gravy On The Dipstick. It tells the story of his journey from "a 300-pound guy with a bad heart to a 150-pound guy who ran the New York City Marathon." Starnes is a FOX News Radio anchor.

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