The English House Gazette opens its fall 2013 season with four profiles.
Sam Fox, whose beat is street art, writes about a wunderkind Haverford student who has made his name writing about street art.
Katie Griefeld, who writes about religion, visits the Quaker collection at Haverford’s Library and talks to its director, Anne Upton.
David Roza, who is covering the paranormal, travels to the creep but compelling Eastern State Penitentiary to interview Annie Anderson, who works there as a historical researcher.
Saira Kitagawa, whose beat is the immigrant community, talks with Ellen Polsky, the director of Philadelphia’s Nationalities Services Center.