About Ilan

Ilan Mochari is a writer and editor in the Boston area. His fiction has been published in Keyhole and honored by Glimmer Train. In 2009, he received a Literature Artist Fellowship grant from the Somerville Arts Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. He is a former staff writer for Inc, and he has also written for Fortune Small Business and CFO. Recent clients of his include the MIT Sloan Management Review and the authors of Becoming Manny (Scribner, 2009), a biography of baseball player Manny Ramirez. He is the Sports Editor of INsite Boston and he covers football and baseball for KFFL. He has a B.A. in English from Yale University.

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One Response to About Ilan

  1. Hi Ilan,

    We cordially invite you to contribute your blogs to the Fellowship of Hockey, a site that has the sole purpose of providing hockey related media to the hockey crazy fans similar to ourselves. The idea behind the Fellowship of Hockey is to supply the viewer with content from all 30 NHL teams, allowing them to get exactly what they are need, when they need it. I read through your blog and really thought you had great content. Now, you might be wondering what the benefits are for you and your blog. First and foremost, we believe that by having your post on the Fellowship of Hockey website, you are automatically exposing yourself to the general hockey market and not just your team’s. We will gladly listen to any requests that you may have regarding how you want us to post your article (i.e. post the entire article with a trackback or just post an abstract with a link). Our mission is to provide as much content under one roof as possible for the fans of hockey and by contributing your material we believe that this goal can be realized. Should you have any inquiries please do not hesitate to ask us.

    Thanks and we hope to hear from you soon!

    Sincerely,


    David Gross & Daniel Naimer

    Co-Creators of FellowshipOfHockey.com

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