Jacques-Jean Tiziou — or just JJ — is a professional photographer based in Philadelphia, PA, working to innovate the way that creatives like photographers make a living and interact with the public. Read more »
One of the most surprising things, for me, about becoming a working writer, has been the discovery of how social a profession it is.
Back in adolescence, dreaming about someday Publishing Great Things, I imagined a solitary struggle. Read more »
This is the second story in Mary Robinette Kowal's typewriter triptych. The first is "A Type of Favor."
Harold pressed his hand against his knee to stop it from jiggling. It gave him a chance to wipe the sweat off his palm, too. Read more »
Well, my original plan was to write next about my ambivalence towards capitalism, and how I ended up writing this series of blog posts, and whether the (implicitly modernist) short story of character, as a form, is still the correct vehicle for engag. Read more »