IV. APPRECIATIVE REFLECTIONS
65
CAROL
BECK VIDEOGRAPHER
66
BILL
CAVANAUGH AUDIO RECORDING ENGINEER
77
KATE FARRELL EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
87
JIMI IZRAEL CULTURE CRITIC AND JOURNALIST
97
MARC JAFFE
COMEDY
WRITER, ENTREPRENEUR,
AND PHILANTHROPIST
107
KASUMI EXPERIMENTAL MEDIA ARTIST
115
ALAN MCELROY SCREENWRITER
122
LAURA PAGLIN FILMMAKER
132
AYAD RAHIM
WRITER,
RADIO
HOST,
AND BLOGGER
145
STEVEN TATAR
DESIGNER,
CREATIVE
DIRECTOR,
AND ENTREPRENEUR
155
SHERYL WHITE COPYWRITER
166
V. THE LIMINAL FREELANCE LANDSCAPE: GEOGRAPHY, PROXIMITY, AND COMMUNITY
176
WHERE
ARE
WE?
THE
OFF-ROAD
CAREER TREKKER
177
THE
LIMINAL EXPERIENCE:
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN FALLING AND FLYING
178
COMMUNITY:
THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF FINDING WORK WHERE YOU ARE SITUATED
190
GEOGRAPHY:
CREATIVE FOLKS LIVE
EVERYWHERE;
CLEVELAND IS NO JOKE
197
LOCATION
DOESN’T
MATTER IN THE GLOBAL
ARENA:
COORDINATION COUNTS
200
PROXIMITY AND RELATIONSHIPS DRIVE
FREELANCE:
LOCATION MATTERS
204
THE TAKEAWAY:
WHETHER FREELANCE IS GLOBAL OR LOCAL

IT IS RELATIONALLY DRIVEN
214
VI. THIS IS A “REAL JOB”
220
THE
BIG
BOO:
QUIETING THE
“SOCIAL GHOSTS” 222
CHANGING EXPECTATIONS IN
TODAY’S
ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE
222
FREELANCE
HAS PERMANENTLY REDEFINED
“REGULAR”
EMPLOYMENT
224
THE DEFINITION OF A
“REAL JOB”
IS EXPANDING
225
FREELANCE PERFORMANCE
PRESSURE:
THE CHALLENGES AND ADAPTATIONS
227
CHECKS FLYING
SOMEWHERE:
THE PRECARIOUS WAITING GAME
237
EROSION OF RATES AND PRODUCTION
VALUES;
WORKING WITHOUT A CONTRACT
240
IT
IS A RELATIONAL
BUSINESS;
RELATIONSHIPS ARE TESTED
242
THE
REWARDS:
COMPENSATION IS MORE THAN MONETARY
248
YOU MAY NOT BE
RICH,
BUT
YOU’LL
HAVE A RICH LIFE
253
CHANGING WORK NARRATIVES FOR CHANGING TIMES
253
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