Joe Donnelly

Joe Donnelly, an award-winning journalist and short-story writer, is currently Assistant Visiting Professor of English and Journalism at Whittier College. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.


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Burdens and Privileges

For this essayist, Joe Donnelly, Alan Rifkin's "Burdens By Water" brings back the glory days of 1990s long-form journalism on the subject of Los Angeles....

Burdens and Privileges
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