I've been taking this vacation from (public) writing called "law school." I hope to end the silence soon, but in the meantime I'm very happy to have my piece "The Meaning in the Margins" anthologized (whee!) in Full Stop's new limited-edition book, Full Stop: The Book, which "collects the best pieces the site has run these past five years, but in a book." This comely reversible paperback has been called "the thinking man's Uncle John's Bathroom Reader." You can buy the book here.
December 15, 2015 |
Interview with Molly Crabapple
I had a fabulous time interviewing badass artist and reporter Molly Crabapple about her new memoir Drawing Blood (among other things). Molly's story is pretty amazing, and basically everyone I admire makes a camero appearance in the book. We talked about Occupy, Lena Dunham, and writing about her abortion.
December 10, 2015 |
Appropriations Bills and Guestworker Protections
The murky congressional appropriations process may be used to make substantive changes to the H-2B guestworker program. Several proposed riders, or add-ons to bills, could roll back protections for foreign and U.S. workers that have only been in place since April. Read about the proposed changes here.