Brooke Erin Duffy's latest book, (Not) Getting Paid to Do What You Love: Gender, Social Media, and Aspirational Work, was published this summer by Yale University Press. You can read some coverage here:
- I was featured on an episode of Innovation Hub with Kara Miller about "Diving Into the Aspirational Economy."
I was interviewed by BBC Radio for a segment on social media influencers.
YouTuber Gaby Dunn interviewed me for Vox, "Thousands of women try to make a living blogging and vlogging. Most fail."
Quartz ran a feature on the book, "Becoming a social media “influencer” is the new unpaid internship, and just as exploitative."
Pacific Standard recommended the book, which is reviewed here
I was interviewed for a podcast about "The Challenges of Being a Social Media Star."
Dave O'Brien interviewed me for a podcast as part of the New Books Network.
UOL Economia (Brazil) featured an author interview.
Marie Claire (Belgium) provided in-depth coverage of the book.
An essay I wrote comparing academic self-promotion to the work of aspiring social media personalities was published in Times Higher Education
The Library Journal included a starred review.
I authored an essay on gender and social media entrepreneurship that was published on Yale Books Unbound