Should You Write for Free?
I did, once, for The Atlantic. Here's the piece I wrote for free that went viral and led to The Gift of Failure.
Well Family pays!
Washington Post On Parenting pays!
Motherwell Magazine pays!
College Application Essay by Paul Rudnick in the New Yorker
The Long Rescue by Sonia Falerio in Harper’s Magazine
Deca, a long-form stories to read on mobile devices, subscription servic
The Self-Reliance Manifesto
Alone, at the History Channel
How Women Decide: What's True, What's Not, and What Strategies Spark the Best Choices
Ad about woman looking in the mirror and rehearsing asking for a raise
The Chewbacca mask video that my friend Carol Blymire alleges is a publicity stunt. And Carol should know, because she's a brilliant PR professional herself.
Word of Mouth interview between Virginia Prescott and Joe Hill
And I went back and re-read, and no, Stephen King's The Green Mile is not appropriate for my kid or my rehab students unless I cut vast swaths of it (sexual violence, execution scene), so I nixed that idea I still think it's a great story, though, and I did use the serialized story idea in class this week with my students. We wrote stories with a cliffhanger, stories that would make a reader want chapter two.
The PBS Anne of Green Gables series
K.J.'s piece on how people with disabilities handle public restrooms at New York Times' Well Family
GAO report on foster care and higher education access
Produced by Andrew Parella
Theme music "Unemployed Sunday" written and performed by Max Cohen
Show logo illustrated by Kate DeCarvalho
You always can find K.J. here and Jess here.