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Speaking of Risk: Q&A With Michael Farris Smith

By Christopher Lowe When I started writing Speaking of Risk, my intention was to do a piece on the risks inherent in high-concept work. That’s something that I’m currently struggling with myself, and honestly, when I attempted to write down … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: Engaging Stereotypes

By Christopher Lowe “Understand me on this, kid. Everything in boxing is backwards to life. You want to move to the left, you don’t step left, you push on the right toe, like this. To move right, you use the … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: On Planning, Plotting, and the Unknown

By Christopher Lowe A story about a story: A year or two ago, I wrote a first draft of a piece. Normally, I operate under the assumption that everything I’m writing is terrible and no one will ever publish it … Continue reading

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