|Abigail R. Esman is an
award-winning freelance writer based in New York and Amsterdam, the
Netherlands, with over 20 years experience writing for national and
international magazines including Salon.com, Vogue, Esquire (Holland),
Town & Country, Art & Auction (where she is a contributing
editor), The Christian Science Monitor, Foreign Policy, The New Republic, Artnews, and others.
Her reporting on post-9/11 politics in Europe has received world-wide
attention, and her articles and essays about art and design have appeared
in virtually every major art magazine, some of them being adapted
for classroom use. The author of a monthly column for WorldDefenseReview.com,
she has also appeared on radio and television news and talk shows
throughout the world in connection with her work.
In addition, in 2002, the Economist awarded her essay, "The Dangers
of Denial and Disbelief," a reflection on the relationship between
domestic violence and terror, the Silver Medal in its Shell/Economist
In 2007, she also received the Gold National Health Information award for a series of articles on domestic abuse.
The co-author of SoHo: A Guide, a Documentary, (Egret Publications, 1987), Vervulde Verlangens (Gratified Desires) (Meulenhoff,
The Complete Idiot's Guide To Designing Your Own Home (Alpha/Penguin, 2007), Esman is also an accomplished editor,
translator (Dutch-English), and writing coach.
Abigail R. Esman is a member of the American Society of Journalists
and Authors, The Association of Art Editors, and is listed in
Who's Who Of American Writers.
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