Bogar Alonso

Bogar Alonso

Bogar is a dedicated writer, editor and journalist who calls New York home. His work has appeared routinely on Vice, Complex Media, A&E Networks, Turner Broadcasting, and beyond. Apart from non-fiction writing, he also pens film scripts and poetry which have garnered him international awards, a screening at the 25th Silver Anniversary of the Chicago Latino Film Festival, as well as a Jerome Foundation Grant. Issues concerning immigration, economic sustainability, and the intersection of arts, activism, and technology, are dear to his heart.

Recent Posts

Fixing the Freelance Future: E-Work’s Brave New World Comes With Serious Drawbacks

Science writer Julian Taub has been freelancing about inventory asset for close to three years now. He has written for prominent publications, believes he has a strong network and understands what it takes to land work. Yet writing for the Web on a contingent basis hasn’t been easy. As Taub points out, he “would be afraid to do it as [his] sole source of income. Just because it’s very precarious: You don’t know what’s going to come up, there’s not many guarantees, and it’s really tough to be one step ahead” on a beat.