Like Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook COO and author of Lean-In, Cambridge author Anita Harris is troubled by the conundrum created when talented women opt out of careers and lose the opportunity to advance to positions that might allow them to influence workplace culture. But, Harris suggests, perhaps it is not the privileged who are likeliest to push for change or equality for others.
Authors have no idea what books cost or what profits publishers make. But even a former English major like me can figure out that authors make next-to-nothing…If only I had a day job, I’d know not to quit it, just yet.
This is a brief report on a reading from Ithaca Diaries, my book in progress about college in the late 1960s. It took place on Monday, Dec. 14, 2009 at the library in Lincoln, MA.
I think it’s exciting that members of the public can now help the press enhance understanding of the world we live in. I do wonder how many people will remain interested in contributing for free. But for journalists, here’s a scoop: ProPublica is hiring.
I’m excited to be able integrate a myriad of forms that will allow me to share my experiences and my peers’ with my readers –er–viewers–er surfers. Oh, heck. My audience, if I can figure out how to find one