Tales By The Wayside

A collection of stories that would like to be told

A page about myself

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Fond memories in print
Fond memories in print

Some biographical information:

Marton Radkai, born May 9, 1957, in New York City, parents both freelance photographers.
International Baccalaureate (Intl. School of Geneva)
B.A History and German (Middlebury College)
M.A. Communication Studies (University of Massachussetts/Amherst)
Living in Europe (mostly Germany) since 1985.

I work as a journalist, copy writer, translator, ghostwriter, editor.
I work in radio and do voiceovers occasionally.
I have worked as a travel photographer as well, and still like using the camera.

Always freelance.

Here are some brief stories:
Swiss watchmakers and the recession
Mike Horn explorer
Pramod Bhasin: Out of the Comfort Zone

Tales By the Wayside is a pun of course. It refers to pieces picked up en route
or that have fallen by the wayside and were never sold for whatever reason.
I make no pretense to perfection. This is blogging, not publishing.

I am always on the lookout for new and interesting projects.

Feel free to contact me.
Email is always best.
I don’t need a spam filter, so your mail will not get lost.
I will answer emails (even briefly) 
as I consider it rude not to.

Radkai@t-online.de

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Written by Marton Radkai

October 16, 2009 at 5:34 am

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  1. Nice to see a photo…happy thanksgiving Marton

    donna mcneil

    November 26, 2009 at 4:20 pm

  2. […] A page about myself « Tales By The WaysideOct 16, 2009 … Marton Radkai, born May 9, 1957, in New York City, parents both freelance photographers. International Baccalaureate (Intl. School of Geneva) … […]


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