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The Zen Predator of the Upper East Side: Our Longreads Member Pick

Longreads Members not only support this service, but they receive exclusive ebooks from the best writers and publishers in the world. Our latest Member Pick, The Zen Predator of the Upper East Side, is a new story by Mark Oppenheimer and The Atlantic Books, about Eido Shimano, a Zen Buddhist monk accused of sexually exploiting students. We're excited to feature the first chapter, free for everyone. If you're not a Longreads Member, join today to receive the full story and ebook, or you can also purchase the ebook at Amazon. 
PUBLISHED: Nov. 15, 2013
LENGTH: 90 minutes (22700 words)

College Longreads Pick of the Week: 'When NCAA Schools Abandon Their Injured Athletes,' by Meghan Walsh, UC Berkeley

Every week, Syracuse University professor Aileen Gallagher and Longreads highlight the best of college journalism. This week's pick is "When NCAA Schools Abandon Their Injured Athletes," by Meghan Walsh, who is a graduate of UC Berkeley's Journalism School.
AUTHOR:Editors
SOURCE:Longreads
PUBLISHED: June 26, 2013
LENGTH: 18 minutes (4670 words)