As a follow up to this morning’s post (and in response to a few questions I’ve received), let me clarify that my new freelance position with the Houston Press does not change my affliation with Houstonist. I have a deep and abiding affection for Houstonist (and so should you!) and will always be loyal to them. To that end, I will still be writing for Houstonist.
However…I will not be writing food articles for Houstonist. That pretty much goes without saying. But for those of you unfamiliar with my non-food writing, I do write all manner of other articles for them (such as concert reviews and historic retrospectives) and will continue to do so. The Houston Press, though, will be my first priority from now on (even over she eats., it’s true).
With all that said, check out this afternoon’s post over at Eating Our Words:
Sneeze Green Tea
Seriously. Check it out. It’s like a train wreck.
And by “greener,” I mean that some crazy people have decided to PAY ME to do something I love.
Big announcement time. Deep breaths.
That’s right…yours truly is now an official contributor for our very own hometown Houston Press. W00t! That means I’ll be blogging over there at Eating Our Words a near-daily basis, so you can head over there also on a [hopefully] near-daily basis and check out my ramblings, along with the much more professional ramblings of Robb Walsh and Jay Francis.
I’m not abandoning she eats., however, so don’t despair. I’ll never abandon my first love. You’ll still be able to read my Weekends in Food, Tuesday Trivia, Wednesday Food Poetry, etc. But I’m saving the juicy (and non-personal) stuff for the Press.
I can’t wait to see your bright, shiny faces over at Eating Our Words. So without further ado, here’s my first post:
Putting Dr Pepper on the Map