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Lol part time writers aren't failures, not commodifying everything you're good at isn't sign you're a loser, and even if it were easier to do what anarchist thinks making money signifies success?... No anarchist writers make a living off their books anyway lol. That's why you either have to learn other skills and get a job to support your projects or churn out workshops for the intrigued profressive, and affluent, or beg for followers on patreon. But Milstein would get more of a pass for her specific branding if it weren't slightly spiced up liberalism, i'll admit that much. Touring communities deeply affected by state violence and wanting to be paid for your expert opinion about grief just isn't my jam. Taking the time to do political work as well as write instead of always being the opinionated one makes contributions meaningful. Milstein comes off as tactical milk toast to me.