The Front Porch: the place, literal or figurative, where Americans watch the world go by.
Journalists help expand America’s front porch to a worldwide stage. They put on a pretty face and soften the blow of ugly news. They must hold the line between “need to know” and “too much information.”
But when the horrors of the world become just another day at the office, what cost will delivering the news exact on those at its heart?
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Just wanted to let you all have an update. This weekend, I will finish the full book of The Freelancer’s Survival Guide. As I went through it and organized it, I realized I needed another eye on the project. I needed a professional editor to make sure that everything flows smoothly. So early next week, the Guide will head to Marty Halpern. Together he and […]
Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Postponing Your Dreams Kristine Kathryn Rusch Sometimes I have to wonder if I was a history major and am a science fiction writer because I see patterns in what Thomas Jefferson called “the course of human events” or if I see patterns because I had training in both history and science fiction. I suppose that’s one […]