We Leave the Jokes to T.Muffle
And on the bleachers of a baseball field across the street from the Hugo House, Adams speaks with Sarah-Katherine Lewis, a self-described sex worker who writes an online journal. She reads an essay she has written about kissing. Lewis, 32, says she hopes to make enough money to earn a living as a writer by the time she’s too old to be a sex worker.
NPR’s Noah Adams talks to starving writers from Seattle.