Issue 2:6

Looking for a rare occupation? Try your hand at typewriter repairman. WORK Ma href=”http://www.workliterarymagazine.com/submission/interview-with-matt-mccormack-10102010/”>interviews proprietor of Ace Typewriter, established 1960.

Issue 2:5

Two poems by Carolyn Gregory to explore Capitalism and all it can be.

Issue 2:4

Grim reality of Sago Mine is shared in this poem by Moriah Erickson.

Issue 2:3

Inter-office crush exposed in this fiction by Leslie Mitchell.

Issue 2:2

Thank you for your diligence on the job. Please complete your Year End Review and return your anonymous results to HR by next Monday.

Issue 2:1

Holly Day takes WORK on the road with transparent tape, toilet brushes, a gun, and … we wouldn’t want to spoil the ending.

Happy one year WORKa’versary. Next week, paperwork.

Issue 1:51

Spey Rod graces WORK with a new poem.

Issue 1:50

Now and then we run across a job that is mind-boggling. Can a person make a living at that? How do you get started in such a thing? What was that person thinking?

Our interview with The Bird Call Lady, Nicole Perretta, delves into the work of someone who is paid well to make bird calls. Nicole can imitate 158 bird calls, which means she’s in conversation with 133 species of bird.

Issue 1:49

Calla Devlin presents grief in employment and the employment of grief.

Issue 1:48

WORK is proud to present Lisa Miles’ The Artist as Worker.

Issue 1:47

Now that the gusher in the gulf is capped and people are pushing to renew drilling, learn a little about how clean-up doesn’t work from our Exxon Valdez clean-up tech. This week features an interview with John Smith, HAZWOPER and OSHA trainer who has varied and exciting work experiences.

Skimmers, and smoke jumpers, and childbirth, oh my!