WJI Buzz - Adeoye, Fujimura, Martin, Metaxas

Dec 15, 2010

Segun Adeoye (09) has been selected as a 2011 recipient of the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowship, and will spend five months working at the Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Adeoye was also recently promoted from staff writer to assistant online editor, at TELL magazine in Nigeria. Adeoye was selected for the World Journalism Institute’s 2009 Belz International Media Fellowship.

Makoto Fujimura (speaker 02-03) was commissioned to design and illustrate The Four Holy Gospels, an illuminated manuscript published by Crossway to commemorate the four hundred year anniversary of The King James Bible, set to be released January 2011. The leather-bound English Standard Version of the Bible is printed with a six-color metallic process. An exhibition of the work is currently at the Dillon Gallery in New York City.

Nathan Martin (04) is an associate producer at the “Bill Bennett’s Morning in America” radio show, at Salem Communications in Washington, D.C. Nathan is a graduate of Patrick Henry College.

Eric Metaxas (speaker 03-09) can be seen on C-SPAN’s “Book TV” discussing his book Bonhoefferthis weekend, airing Dec. 18-19. For the schedule, click here. Metaxas has also been interviewed recently on NPR and The Glenn Beck Program, and his book is on several “Best of 2010” lists, including Barnes & Noble, Relevant and Kirkus.

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