A new gig!

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Ok, remember when I was interviewed a few weeks ago?  Well, that interview was part of the column The Extreme Self, which is part of True/Slant, an “original content news network.”  The way it works is True/Slant organizes a group of contributors who write news-opinion pieces for them.  It’s pretty much a decentralized newspaper, without the paper.  It’s not quite blogging; I’m told that writing about what you ate for breakfast doesn’t fly in the T/S world.

Well, guess who the newest contributors for True/Slant are?   Megan from Runner’s Kitchen and I!  They’ve brought us on board to write a joint column called Running Shorts.  (Get it?) It’s going to be our take on all sorts of running and training topics.  Product, article, and book reviews, responses to running news and trends, and whatever else we think of.  Really we aren’t sure what direction it will take us, but it should be interesting.  And it’s a damn good thing I’m starting to really like running!

Check out our first piece, a little Q&A we did for us to get to know each other and readers to get to know us.  And please, leave a comment, “follow” us (it’s not Twitter, I promise), and feel free to give me some feedback and suggestions for what you’d like to see on Running Shorts!

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  1. Very cool! Congrats on the new gig!

  2. Congrats on the new gig! :)
    That’s awesome. I’m not a runner but I’ll check it out!

  3. i love your new partnership – such a good idea! and i liked learning more about you two too!
    .-= Holly´s last blog ..These Are My Confessions =-.

  4. Congrats on the new gig! I look forward to reading your Shorts :)
    .-= Whitney @ Lettuce Love´s last blog ..Gratitude Dinner =-.

  5. Matt congratulations on your new adventure. How do you keep up with all this stuff, you must be SO SO SO busy!
    .-= Morgan @ Life After Bagels´s last blog ..Mission Complete =-.

  6. Congrats! You are amazing, don’t you ever take any down time?
    .-= meatlessmama´s last blog ..Baba Ghanoush =-.

  7. Awesome! I’ll check out the post now!
    .-= Evan Thomas´s last blog ..Cherries Or Cranberries? =-.

  8. Great job! I like the collaboration.

  9. Hey! That’s exciting!

  10. Congrats! That sounds like a lot of fun. Oh…and the name of your column, “Running Shorts” is awesome! :)

  11. Great column – can’t wait to read more!

  12. Congratulations! Just read the column and you two sound like you’ll make a great team.

  13. Congratulations, that very cool! I can’t wait to read since I’m not much of a runner myself but would like to start training for a triathlon in the future.
    .-= EatingRD´s last blog ..family is always there – part I =-.

  14. how cool! congrats!

  15. Congrats! So exciting.
    .-= Sagan´s last blog ..Product Review and Giveaway: Taza Chocolate =-.

  16. A very late, but very genuine congratulations :). Awesome.
    .-= Mel @ She Runs Brooklyn´s last blog ..Zumba Class Review and Then More Miles =-.

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