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Scott Eric Kaufman (1976-2016) was an American critic, journalist, and blogger. His earliest widely read writings were in a blog called Acephalous. He later wrote extensively for Salon and The A.V. Club and was an assistant editor at Salon at the time of his death. His nickname and byline for his online writing was SEK, his initials. He also worked as a teacher.

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  • Scott Eric Kaufman (1976-2016) was an American critic, journalist, and blogger. His earliest widely read writings were in a blog called Acephalous. He later wrote extensively for Salon and The A.V. Club and was an assistant editor at Salon at the time of his death. His nickname and byline for his online writing was SEK, his initials. He also worked as a teacher.
  • Scott Eric Kaufman (1976-2016) was an American critic, journalist, and blogger. His earliest widely read writings were in a blog called Acephalous. He later wrote extensively for Salon and The A.V. Club and was an assistant editor at Salon at the time of his death. His nickname and byline for his online writing was SEK, his initials. He also worked as a teacher. In his obituary in Inside Higher Ed, he is described as a "leading first-generation, graduate student blogger".
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  • Scott Eric Kaufman (1976-2016) was an American critic, journalist, and blogger. His earliest widely read writings were in a blog called Acephalous. He later wrote extensively for Salon and The A.V. Club and was an assistant editor at Salon at the time of his death. His nickname and byline for his online writing was SEK, his initials. He also worked as a teacher.
  • Scott Eric Kaufman (1976-2016) was an American critic, journalist, and blogger. His earliest widely read writings were in a blog called Acephalous. He later wrote extensively for Salon and The A.V. Club and was an assistant editor at Salon at the time of his death. His nickname and byline for his online writing was SEK, his initials. He also worked as a teacher. In his obituary in Inside Higher Ed, he is described as a "leading first-generation, graduate student blogger".
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