On her blog the Rejectionist, Sarah McCarry is publishing an excellent series of interviews called Working, where she talks to writers about how they live with their depression and the ways they manage to work with/through/around their illness. It’s about “finding a balance between the work we have to do, the work we want to do, and taking care of ourselves,” which of course is applicable to all kinds of work and all kinds of people.
I don’t know, that’s basically like the opposite of my experience with talking about my career with my own parents. I’m sure your parents were also supportive of whatever you wanted to do?
I want the dress. But I also don’t want the dress.
Logan: I’ve been doing some binge reading on the NSA and privacy and Our Police State. Binge and purge really, because I’ll read a bunch and then I’ll get freaked out and stop and then I’ll revisit, and then I’ll stop. And mostly what this process has left me with is an even greater sense of impending doom than I usually have. E tu????
In which we discuss why we’d be terrible at having an intern hanging out with us.
Logan: Wait I’m very very very confused. How have you only watched eight episodes?
Logan: Hey MIKE! Let’s talk about this week on the site.
Mike: Logan, did you contribute to that Kickstarter project that was going to fund the next Veronica Mars movie?
A quick chat with a new lawyer.
Mike: Logan, it finally feels like spring! This is how spring affects me: iced coffees/teas (I already bought three in the last two days), rooftop bars or sitting outside for a drink or bite. Free time in the park, or walking along the Hudson, which I’ve missed doing because it’s been too cold to really enjoy it.