After a long break, I dove back into editing for Longreads, and this morning published journalist Gabriel Thompson’s story on San Francisco Immigration Court, where he spent time last winter observing hearings and interviewing judges, attorneys, and immigrants. Of all the things I do at Automattic, getting to immerse myself in pieces like this isContinue reading “Inside the Chaos of the Immigration Court System in the U.S.”
Tag Archives: nonfiction
On Vela Magazine and Women Writers
I interviewed Sarah Menkedick, writer and founder of Vela Magazine, over on Longreads.
On Writing (and Evolving) Online
On pondering where my writing lives.
The Blog Queue: On Writing When You’re Not Ready
Yet before the window closed, I captured that moment—a long moment of 10 years—independent of a conclusion. Observations made with wide eyes; recordings of sensations I can no longer hear, smell, and touch; a journal of our collective recklessness.