Friday, July 12, 2024

Natasha Stagg

Natasha Stagg is a writer who is living in Brooklyn and working on her second novel. Her first, Surveys, was published by Semiotext(e) in 2016.

She has worked as an editor at V magazine and as a freelance writer for other magazines, like DIS, 032c, Dazed & Confused, Texte Zur Kunst, Spike Art Quarterly, and CR Fashion Book.

Her fiction and essays have appeared in the book The Present in Drag, Flash Art International’s Fiction Issue, and independent publishing projects Have Not and Logue.

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  1. […] Natasha Stagg writes for multiple publications, is in the process of writing her second novel, and appears in anthologies of essays. She also writes ad copy part time. Stagg discusses the present state of writing and the difficulties many writers come up against when it comes to making a living as a writer. She says these days writing, in particular in New York City, is largely content driven with a need to produce a large amount of “fluff pieces” in order to get by. Early on, Stagg was very aware of blogging which led her to the position she holds in the writing world today. When it comes to pay rates, Stagg recognizes that today’s low wages for writers do not live up to the amount of work that goes into the creation of high-quality articles and admits that many writers, herself included, hold day jobs. […]


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