Most writers — especially fiction writers — need a day job. Mine has been publishing — a bunch of books and one magazine to be precise — under a variety of imprints since 1975, all of them with my wife, Rebecca Gray. The magazine, Gray’s Sporting Journal, is still going strong, but without us since 1992 after we and our other partners sold it. One of the book imprints, GSJ Press, went with it.
Here are the current day jobs insisted upon by my current boss. (I’m self-employed, so I work for a real S.O.B.). But it’s okay, really. I love the work and that S.O.B. does give me a lot of free time to write.