On today’s episode, Alexandra speaks with author and writer Rachel Krantz, one of the co-founding editors of Bustle and who recently wrote her memoir Open: An Uncensored Memoir of Love, Liberation, and Non-Monogamy.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
Rachel’s process of writing her book about the journey of becoming non-monogamous and having to discern what stories and people to include in the book and which needed to be left out.
Ideas on how we can use social media consciously and an exercise to practice citing the work that has inspired the content you may be putting out on the internet, whether that’s through writing, social media, etc.
Rachel’s reflections on the difference between writing in the style of Bustle as writing with a quick turnaround, compared to the slower process of writing a very honest memoir.
Ideas on becoming a public person and how we can outgrow the creations we make and put out there and reckoning with the fact that those creations may be out in the world forever, even after we’ve evolved and matured beyond them.
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