Anandashankar Mazumdar is an outreach and education officer at the Copyright Office’s Office of Public Information and Education. He serves as a liaison to news reporters and with the Outreach and Education Section helps plan, develop, and present educational materials in all formats and media. He came to the office after almost 20 years covering intellectual property law as a legal editor for a specialty journal and began his career as a staff writer and copy editor for a local daily newspaper in the Midwest. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Wright State University and a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Ananda is interested in all creative forms, particularly books, graphic novels, comic art, films, music, and paper-and-pencil tabletop role-playing games. He is trying to learn to play the guitar and to speak French and Italian and is fascinated by pen-and-ink writing, pocket watches, and leather-bound notebooks.
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