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October 31, 2006


Marcus Sakey

He will indeed be missed--working with him has been a consistent pleasure. Wishing him nothing but the best at his new gig.

Steve Hockensmith

Ditto what Marcus said. Ben's the tops. In fact, my jaw didn't really drop when I got the news, since I've been half-expecting this for a while now. The dude's definitely going places.


Rob Gregory Browne

Yes, Ben will definitely be missed. The year or so we've spent working together has been a great one. I wish him the best of luck at Simon & Schuster.


Ben's a class act. I'm sure going to miss working with him, but he's a damn fine editor and a good guy. He deserves all the success in the world.

Bon Voyage, Ben. See you 'round the playground.

Heh...and Sarah, thanks for including me in the "top names."

Steve Clackson

I wonder if he is still planning on attending the 23rd Annual SDSU Writers' Conference will be held on January 26-28, 2007.

Alexandra Sokoloff

Devastating news for all who work with him at SMP... but Ben deserves all the best in the world. He's not just highly respected - he's much loved.


Brian Ward

The title of my guidebook is called GIRLS WITH NON-FRENCH ACCENTS: ALGECIRAS TO ZIHUATANEJO. The guidebook has reviews of Discothèques in Spain, 24-Hour Taco stands in Mexico and the women of Portugal. If you ever wanted to drop out of life for two weeks or two years and go traveling the world for new experiences and friends who lead inspiring lives, this is your portal to the other side.

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