Bad Education: The Confessions of Ed Dante

At The Chronicle of Higher Education: A breathtakingly ballsy piece by an anonymous professional writer of academic papers — friend to non-native speakers, the rich and lazy, and the hopelessly dim.  Whatever your professor wants, he delivers (for a fee, of course). This Ed Dante might remind you of Vitaly Borker, the charmingly unapologetic (and equally ballsy) thug  internet retailer profiled by David Segal in the NYTimes a few weeks back.

is a staff writer for The Millions living in Virginia. She is a winner of the Virginia Quarterly's Young Reviewers Contest and has a doctorate from Stanford. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Times, In Character, VQR, Arts & Letters Daily, and The Daily Dish.

One comment:

  1. Are you joking? What is so “breathtakingly ballsy” about writing a sensationalistic account of your own malfeasance under a pseudonym? I am not sure why the Chronicle of Higher Education is basically shopping this guy’s book proposal for him.

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