We become aware of the void as we fill it.
Jon Westenberg 🌈

Hi Jon! It’s so funny…I was just getting ready to post another “How to” piece. And here I am laughing, because that is exactly what you don’t want for The Voidist. I’ve lived in 4 different countries and when I got to US, I found myself that it was through writing that I was able to cry, laugh, see, hear, touch and even love. I ‘ve been writing in Spanish since I was 6, and when I started learning English at 13 I transitioned to the new language. My pieces were always complicated, intricate, volatile, confusing messages of a girl who didn’t know any better than to sit down and write on a napkin, a piece of paper bag, or anything she could find. I became a bilingual journalist and, years later, journalism became a joke. Exactly this: ‘“listicles”. No top 10 tips. No 50 reasons to do anything. There will be no “how to” articles. No click-bait. No trash. No marketing content or thought leadership.’ So I adapted; I adapted so that I could get my content out there in the least amount of time, with the least amount of copy. Thanks for this.

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