My first, perfectly-imperfect protest

Last week, I attended my first ever protest, where at 28, I was 20 years older than many of my fellow protestors. This protest, the School Strike for Climate Change, came at the end of a week where I’ve been thinking a lot about the future, and the nature of stories. Specifically, I’ve been thinking … Continue reading My first, perfectly-imperfect protest

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Future Storytellers

“When we have AI that’s able to write a good story, that’s it. That’s when humanity is done. We’ll officially be obsolete. Of course, Elon Musk is really invested in AI at the moment, and if anyone can do it, it’s that guy.”   The above snippet came a conversation with one of my colleagues … Continue reading Future Storytellers

‘The End’ is Just the Beginning: What a week in New York City taught me about the future of publishing

‘The publishing industry is dying.’   That’s a pretty scary thought for anyone, let alone a writer with a few manuscripts in the bottom drawer and the hope of seeing them on a bookstore shelf one day. It’s also not what you hope to hear after flying halfway around the world to learn about the … Continue reading ‘The End’ is Just the Beginning: What a week in New York City taught me about the future of publishing