My Modern Love Essay is in The New York Times

My Modern Love Essay is in The New York Times

One evening a couple weeks ago I woke up from a nap and groggily checked my phone, then my email. Sitting in my inbox was a message from Daniel Jones, editor of the Modern Love column at The New York Times. Even if you haven't heard his name, it's likely you've read, or perhaps even [...]

What are you Reading?

What are you Reading?

Unpaid labor is not a new idea. But the idea that anyone can write for a major media publication is relatively new. And that’s because some of these companies exploit non-professional writers by publishing their work without pay. One could venture to guess that this contributes to the true problem of "fake news." These so-called “content mills” [...]

Why I Refuse to Write About Trivial Things 

Why I Refuse to Write About Trivial Things 

When I had to write about things like porta-potties and the best nightclubs in Tulsa, Oklahoma (yes, I actually wrote about both of those things) I only made about $20 an essay. The work I do now is much more infrequent, but it's way more rewarding.

The National Academy of Fictitious Accomplishments

The National Academy of Fictitious Accomplishments

I've had some exciting things come my way recently. Men's Journal published my essay, "Life Without Sex," yesterday The Oregonian featured an Op Ed I wrote, and now I'm so incredibly proud to announce that the National Academy of Fictitious Accomplishments (NAFA) has named me The Healthiest Sick Person in America. I must say, after a [...]