PS I moved to Berlin

Though it's been a minute since I last posted, I've still been updating my reading list and linking to my recent work. There's been a reason for my radio silence: I moved to Berlin this spring! After nearly a decade in Cincinnati, I sold all my stuff, packed up my cat and crossed the Atlantic… Continue reading PS I moved to Berlin

favorites for the year

I really enjoy taking care of business in the latter days of December. My inbox and apartment are never cleaner; my goals for the coming months and year never so precisely defined. In the spirit of reflection and goal-setting, I decided to round up some best-of lists for myself: My favorite books of the year: Sarai Walker, “Dietland“… Continue reading favorites for the year

never network alone

Q. Do you have any tips for networking? I've debated asking a fellow freelancer about getting work, but I'm afraid of stepping on her toes. A. When I started freelancing, I thought that meeting other freelancers was the best way to get gigs. They get gigs, and I want gigs, so they can give me some… Continue reading never network alone

things i’ve read lately, vol. 4

Here's the approximately monthly list of interesting things I've read lately. (See the previous things I’ve read here.) The Truth About Pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing (Thought Catalog) — Really helpful links to dissuade me from going for a nonfiction MFA (for now) Mandiant, the Go-To Security Firm for Cyber-Espionage Attacks (Bloomberg Businessweek) — Remember how the New… Continue reading things i’ve read lately, vol. 4

Working for Free? Someone’s Got to Get Paid

I've been thinking a lot about getting paid lately. Not only because I've been a self-employed editor and writer for the last six months, but because the internet blew up this week over an incident in which The Atlantic asked a writer to adapt a hella long story for zero dollars. Freelance writers went into… Continue reading Working for Free? Someone’s Got to Get Paid

things I’ve read lately, vol. 3

I've got a real backlog of magazines on my end table, and yet I just can't stop reading. Here are 12 things I read and loved (or at least couldn't stop thinking about) this past month. (See the previous things I've read here.) Germany's Racist Present (Quartz) — despite a dedication to preventing another Holocaust, Germany… Continue reading things I’ve read lately, vol. 3