Greg Boone is a teacher at a hogwon in Goyang, South Korea. A passionate writer, Greg was a journalist and podcaster at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter where he managed the campus radio station and majored in Communication Studies. While studying abroad in Zhuhai, China he created and piloted an internship for aspiring journalists interested in new media development and deployment. The internship involved prodction of a weekly podcast from overseas. Greg’s work with KGSM Radio can be found at KGSM’s website. Greg was also a semi-regular columnist for The Gustavian Weekly, Gustavus’s student run newspaper. Many of his columns can be found at his website.

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  1. Hi Greg,
    Have a Gustie looking at teaching abroad and I’m forwarding your email and blog site. This looks GREAT! Hope you and Danielle are WELL!
    from cold and snowy St. Peter…


  2. I have been reading your blog… It’s great!

    I’ve been reading blogs from every country on this planet looking for writers that would make great contributors for an online magazine my daughter and I are developing. I like what you write about. We could help each other.

    My name is Patrick McCormick and our magazine is called “The e-Buffet”. Our prototype is online now. I hope you will take a look at it. It’s only been a month and we have assembled a remarkable group of talented artists and writers. It has become a Creative Collaboration and we are growing stronger every day.

    There are several excellent reasons for our early success recruiting this talent. First, it is a great opportunity to promote your own blog or website. Second we do not charge our contributors or make them work for free, we actually intend to pay them. The creators of The e-Buffet will take ten percent of the total gross revenue each month and place it into a pool to be split by the contributors. Admittedly, we are a start-up business and do not have deep pocket, so the pool will be small at first. However, with the type of artists we are attracting, I predict our readership will grow quickly.

    So, I like your work and I offer you the same opportunity that I have given the others. If you get in touch with me now, you can still place some of your material in the first issue due out June 1, 2011. Oh, the first few months you can submit articles and photographs that have all ready been published elsewhere. I hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank you for your time,

    Patrick McCormick


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