Posts in Interviews
Interview: Caroline Ervin

I grew up outsider of Atlanta and went to school for journalism at the University of Georgia, where I earned a degree in PRINT journalism. After four years as a copyeditor at the Augusta Chronical, I moved back to Atlanta and worked as an editor at t a few nonprofits before I joined Cristen on Stuff Mom Never Told You. We’ve gone independent recently with our new brand, Unlandylike, which will involve publishing a beautiful book with 10 Speed Press in Spring 2018.

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Interview: Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez

 am brown, I am loud, I am female, and I come from a working poor context – which means that people either LOVE me or HATE me.  I am polarizing, because I am stubborn and passionate about helping other people who have grown up having to prioritize a white-cis-het-rich-educated-male agenda, and I go disruptively into many spaces to decentralize ALL those things.

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Interview: Kelly Albrecht

When I was young I honest to god wanted to be Indiana Jones, minus the danger. I wanted to make discoveries and go to interesting place and be tough and smart at the same time. I was a kid who like museums more than amusement parks because things in the museum were real and actually happened. So Indiana Jones was pretty much it for me.

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Interview: Ashley Higuchi

 I own a videography and photography business. Most of my cliental is weddings and small businesses. Owning my own business has allowed me to travel a lot. So most of my spare time and free money goes towards adventuring in the mountains, and writing. My life is pretty lopsided with work. I work a crazy amount in the summer but in winter I have little work and commit to some creative projects (mostly writing and film) and think about and plan the future of my business.

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