By Jean Burnet

Jean Burnet lives and writes in Seattle. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review, Brevity, and Palaver, among others. She occasionally blogs about pop culture at Three Imaginary Girls.

  1. I started working as a writer for reality TV the same week I graduated from my MFA program. For eight hours a day, I sorted through footage of uniformed men and wrote deep-bellied voiceovers full of puns that would make your dad cringe for a show that I will refer to as "Rural Cops."

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