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A Triple Treat that is Super Sweet!

Today I have three link that I would like to share with you.

Firstly, a link to some articles from a British satire site, covering the topic of working for exposure. 128 more words

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Is it Okay to Work for Free?

by Raelke Grimmer

Unpaid internship programs and work experience opportunities are on the rise. These programs and opportunities cite benefits such as “something to put on your CV” and “invaluable industry experience” as reasons why students should jump at such offers. 802 more words

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Oh, and another thing…

After my post a fortnight ago on the breakdown of why a performance for a corporate event costs what it does, I sat and had a think and realised that I had more to say on the matter: 822 more words

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Why does a performance cost so much?

I was recently offered a fire twirling gig, roving for 2 hours. Fine, I can do that.

The client offered to pay $50 per hour “to cover the cost of fuel”. 795 more words

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Banjo Song

Last year, on Ash Wednesday, I started a new writing project “Writing for Lent,” in which I intended to write every day for 40 days. I made it for a week. 468 more words

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Will Write for Free (but I wouldn't mind being paid)

I don’t know about you, but I’ve done a great deal of writing and editing for free. There are two kinds of free work. There’s the kind that you send in to literary magazines or online venues hoping to get published and have something to put on your CV so there’s less blank space and then there’s the Friends and Family kind. 761 more words

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When to say No to a gig

I know that most of you will never want to turn down a gig, after all, who doesn’t love performing? The adrenaline, the adoration of your audience….. 603 more words

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