Since I started this freelance journey of mine, most of my work has been digital-based. There are certain things you have to think about when writing for an online audience: shorter word counts for shorter attention spans; including links for SEO; being pithy. And I love doing all those things.
But, man, there's something about seeing your byline on the front page of a newspaper you respect.
Last month, a story I wrote for Creative Loafing Atlanta, the city's alternative newsweekly, captured the coveted cover space. In it, I profile writer Van Jensen, known for putting his mark on The Flash and Green Lantern Corps.
Check out the cover:
I'll always adore local print publication and what they strive to do--after all, I spent almost a decade working for one.