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The New Writer’s Agreement

What it takes to formulate your identity as a writer

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There is a lot wrapped up in our identities. They’re often affixed to our backgrounds, our ancestors, our race, our spiritual practices, and our careers.

While not the most important identifier for most of us, what you do — your career — often ends up signaling to others your social status and the type of…




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Simone Keelah Brathwaite

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