It’s Always Been a Gig Economy for Creators

The following originally ran in Issue 2 of HUBRIS: The Journal of Cultural Horror, December, 2017.  Once I had a roommate that aspired to be a writer. At one point he found himself between jobs, so he used the free time to write a short story. Just one. He sent it off to a magazine. […]

Rogue Blogging in the Social Media Age

There was a time when blogging was my primary point of contact with the world. I’d write things, people would read them and comment, and discussions would take place. Then social media came along. Everyone flocked to Facebook and Twitter, and due to their convenience and ubiquity a lot of people refused to step outside […]