A Conversation About Online Publishing with Luke Kintigh

Back in the fall of 2006, I got assigned to room with Luke Kintigh while we were both one-semester students at The American Studies Program in Washington, D.C. We became fast friends, probably first and foremost because we had the same hobby on Saturday afternoons.

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I have a Website!

Blogs are for the twenties; websites are are for the thirties, right? Well, I turned 30 a few months ago, so I guess it was time to make the transition :). I blogged pretty faithfully from about the summer of 2007 to the summer of 2013 (R.I.P., The Schumerth Shuffle). The year or so break since killing the old blog has been full and good (and really difficult!). One gets sick of his own voice every once in a while, ya know? During that time, I have been transitioning back into the U.S., working on myself (that’s a full-time job!), writing longer projects, and giving grad school a second go-around.
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