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Emily Zuzik strikes an array of chords; she experiments with multiple genres and wears many hats. Not only is she a musician, but has worked in fashion, as a journalist, and, most notably, is a self-proclaimed “Rocker Mom.”
I did unstick myself, but I decided to change my entire career! Turns out, I had a life block. I was writing in the wrong genre for the wrong audience.
Photo by Aria Herbst The one you passed notes with about boys in class. The one you found at a party taking down observations in the Notes app. The one you stayed up with past 2 a.m. talking about the mundanity of teenage life and sharing the little clarity you have...
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