Monica Uszerowicz’s experience as a writer cannot be separated from her challenging inner experience. We talk openly about her self-doubt, critical inner voice and self-image, as well as how she is able to find tenderness for herself through a sense of interconnectedness in the world around her. We also talk about the challenges of permalancing, her writing process (or lack thereof), being an “exposed nerve,” stress eating, Miyazaki soundtracks and more.
Monica is a Miami-based writer and photographer. She has contributed to a number of arts and culture publications including Hyperallergic, Bomb, Vice, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Hazlitt, and Filmmaker Magazine. Monica currently serves as a contributing editor for Cultured Magazine.