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Now the lifelong wordsmith is helping writers navigate a vast and complicated publishing industry in order to get their own stories heard.
The Brooklyn wordsmith will join the likes of Burt Bacharach, Duke Ellington, Ira Gershwin, John Lennon, Elton John, and Lionel Richie, after being handpicked by his peers.
The estate tax (which famed conservative wordsmith Frank Luntz figured would be less popular if framed as a tax on death) applies an additional tax to those who die with an estate worth more than $5.49 million, the exemption per individual for 2017.
But every Pettibon phrasing sounds like a quotation from someone else, often in the formal, slightly stilted tones of a Victorian wordsmith.
Since then, Ms. Hurwitz has been Mrs. Obama’s primary wordsmith — and, in a small way, Melania Trump’s.
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