Loving the Work Without Working Alone

by Alex Verman   Freelancers are often idealized as isolated entrepreneurs. Working from anywhere at odd hours, freelancers are at liberty to pick our projects and dictate our schedules and build relationships and connections outside of the traditional office environment. Nicole Cohen addresses this idea of the lone wolf writer head-on in her book, Writers’ […]

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Writers’ Rights event in Toronto January 28

An optimistic view of the state of freelance journalism is a rare thing these days. But author and University of Toronto professor Nicole Cohen has one. She says that although it can be hard to stay positive in the face of challenging conditions for freelance workers, her research has demonstrated that there are some reasons to be hopeful. Cohen’s new book, […]

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