Escape From New York

Many writers dream of moving to one of the big cool culture cities to make it. New York. L.A. Portland. Seattle. Increasingly, Austin. But not all of us can live there, for whatever reason. Some of us live in itty bitty rural hamlets, and we’re happy there. Some of us live in cities with a terrific cultural scene, but the city gets overlooked for being in a landlocked state. And some of us live in terminally uncool towns like Albany. But it’s not impossible to thrive as a writer outside of New York City. You can, and should, still pursue your art, wherever you live. Joining us from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is Cassidy McCants, editor of Apple in the Dark, member of the New Haven Independent Review Crew.


About Rite Gud: R. S. Benedict is an author, appearing in Fantasy and Science Fiction and Gardner Dozois’ The Very Best of the Best: 35 Years of The Year’s Best Science Fiction. Matt Keeley, founder of Kittysneezes, is producing Rite Gud for KS Media, LLC. Rite Gud is a Kittysneezes production. If you have questions, comments and concerns, email ritegud – at – kittysneezes – dot – com. Rite Gud is also on Patreon, at Patrons receive access to the official Kittysneezes Discord, exclusive episodes and more.

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