I talk about student loan debt, marriage, and how the two got intertwined in this long personal essay over on the Billfold. Check it out!
Photo credit: Jean L., CC BY 2.0.
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Here is the piece I wrote for The Second City Network on the day that convicted sex offender Brock Turner was released from prison after serving just three months of a a six-month sentence. It’s a follow-up to my initial piece, which I wrote in June when he was convicted.
Here is the new piece, entitled “7 Things That Last Longer Than Brock Turner’s Time in Jail Did.” I would say enjoy it, but I would prefer instead if you got really, really angry.
…I wish. Actually, reporting from my couch in Brooklyn. Here’s a lil Olympic comedy piece for Robot Butt, where I’m a contributing writer.