Etan Ilfeld

From SourceWatch
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Biographical Information

Etan is the chairman of Moon Books. "An American, based in London, he’s the owner of Watkins, the UK’s oldest spiritual bookshop (a bit like Banyen and Bodhi in the USA, combined), and editor-in-chief of the Watkins Review. He graduated at the top of his physics class at Stanford University, and holds a Masters in Film Studies from the University of Southern California, and a Masters in Interactive Media from Goldsmiths University of London. He founded and owns the Tenderpixel Gallery in Central London (contemporary art), is a serious digital artist in his own right, and was executive producer of the feature film Killer Pad. He won the under 23 section of the US Open Chess Tournament in 2003, is a ranked USCF chess master, and won the World Amateur Poker Championship Title in 2010.[1]


Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch


  1. Moon Books People, organizational web page, accessed June 13, 2014.