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'Writers in Support of the Occupy Movement' Petition Counts 800+ Signatures - Posted October 17, 2011
So far, more than 800 writers have signed a new Writers in Support of the Occupy Movement petition. The petition is composed of a single sentence: "We, the under... []

INTERVIEW: Media-Wannabe Dude's Spending Nine Months Living Off Craigslist - Posted March 11, 2010
In the vein of the do-something-crazy-for-a-year-then-write-a-book-about-it thing, Jason Paul, a recent college grad, is living his life off Craigslist. Paul, a communications grad from American University who applied to over 180 newspaper jobs before realizing how bad the journalism market sucks, is spending three months in each of three cities, and finding... [MediaJobsDaily]

Blogging The Recession - Posted July 24, 2009
Well, that's what we're doing here, right? (Though we certainly hope to still be around when the economy picks up..) But freelance writer Amanda Hirsch picks up on a trend in this current recession: first-person recession blogging. Now, we're a nation of bloggers and oversharers, so maybe it shouldn't be surprising that Amer... [MediaJobsDaily]

Ehrenreich To Berkeley J-School Grads: 'Welcome To The Working Class' - Posted June 1, 2009
Barbara Ehrenreich (Nickel and Dimed; Bait & Switch) spoke to Berkeley's graduating j-school class over the weekend, and published basically the same speech in the SF Chronicle. (Smart going, woman!) Highlights from a different take on what the heck is going on in this crazy dying-media world: ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Ben Ehrenreich's Medical Woes, Part 2: Let's Make A Deal - Posted February 17, 2007
Ben Ehrenreich's mother, Barbara Ehrenreich, blogs more about his medical care woes, and sheds some light on ... [FishbowlLA]