Lisa Bonos is the lead writer and editor for Solo-ish, a Washington Post blog about single life. Before launching Solo-ish in 2015, she spent 10 years as an editor on The Post’s opinion and business desks.
In the podcast, Lisa spoke with journalist, Writing Professor for NYU and Writer’s Digest and writing coach Estelle Erasmus about the following:
Read Estelle’s blog post on Lisa Bonos
Follow Estelle Erasmus on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and on her website for publishing advice and editor interviews
Register for Estelle’s Writing Parenthood course for Spring 2019 at New York University’s School of Professional Studies
Register for Estelle’s Writer’s Digest classes:
Writing the Personal Essay
Getting Started in Writing
Pitch an Article (2 week bootcamp on pitching)
Lisa’s Links from Soloish:
Some popular essays:
I tried to fall in love with myself…it was harder than I expected
When my girlfriend was groped right in front of me, I didn’t believe her
I was judged for having sex after my husband died. I think he would have understood.
‘It’s tough for me to know where the line is’: The #MeToo era is making dating more confusing
No one tells you life as a 40-year-old single woman could be this good
The pieces Lisa wrote about the sexual misconduct allegations against Aziz Ansari also did well:
Aziz Ansari fashions himself a dating expert. But clearly he’s still learning.
What’s in Aziz Ansari’s dating book, ‘Modern Romance’? Not much sex talk.
Here’s how Aziz Ansari could use ‘Master of None’s’ next season to rebuild his image
Follow Lisa on Twitter:@lisabonos [twitter.com].