Choire Sicha

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Choire Sicha
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Born (1971-11-19) November 19, 1971 (age 44)
United States
Occupation Writer, editor, blogger
Nationality American
Genre Culture, non-fiction

Choire Sicha (born November 19, 1971) is an American author. He is the co-owner of The Awl, and the former co-editor of Gawker.

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Sicha began his writing career as an editor for Gawker, The New York Observer, and Radar Online.[1] He launched The Awl in April 2009, with Alex Balk and David Cho, out of his East Village apartment.[2] The website, described as a "irreverent, all-purpose, media/culture/politics/think-piece/bear-video clusterfuck" by GQ,[3] is based in Downtown Brooklyn.[4] Sicha published his first book, Very Recent History: An Entirely Factual Account of a Year (c. AD 2009) in a Large City in 2013.[1]

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