What I'm Doing Now
It's April. I'm home in Crown Heights. It's spring(ish) out, so I'm spending a lot of time inside with my partner and the cats, waiting for it to be sweater-weather already, damnit.
One month left until I wrap up my first year at The New School. Right now, I'm taking classes on journalism, race, and gender (so uh, the most liberal of liberal arts). Mostly, I'm interested in the intersection of research, journalism, and storytelling. I'm also the Interviews & Nonfiction editor at 12th Street, the Riggio Honors Writing Program's lit journal. Lots of time spent editing manuscripts and corralling interviews before the semester wraps up. Hoping to graduate next August.
I also just finished editing a book (my first!) for my friend Derek. It's called "Your Music and People," and it's marketing book for musicians who hate marketing. I was (and still sometimes am) one of those people–so working on this project was a real treat. Not sure when it will be out. Maybe this year.
Otherwise, I'm weightlifting when I can. Taking frequent snack breaks. Currently reading Michael Kimmel's "Angry White Men" for school, and Leslie Jamison's "The Recovering" for fun.
This "now" page was inspired by my dear friend and sometimes-boss, Derek Sivers.
This page was last updated April 14, 2018.