Marc Eliot Stein

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Marc Eliot Stein is a father of three and a native New Yorker. He has been a web developer since the 1990s, and over the years has built sites for Bob Dylan, Pearl Jam, the international literary site Words Without Borders, the Allen Ginsberg estate, Time Warner, A&E Network/History Channel, the US Department of Labor, the Center for Disease Control and his current employer, Meredith Corporation, for whom he manages a development team supporting Shape.com and FitnessMagazine.com.

He is also a writer, and for years he maintained a popular literary blog called Literary Kicks using the pen name Levi Asher (he still runs the blog, but has ditched the pen name). He is a latecomer to political activism – he supposes it was the Iraq War and the atrocities that followed that woke him up – but he has been exploring various tough topics on a website he launched in 2015, http://pacifism21.org. Speaking out against war can feel like shouting into a void, so he was thrilled to come to the WBW conference NoWar2017 and discover that other people have been active for this cause for a long time.

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