Guess what!? I got my latest issue of the Harvard College Economics Review, and I’m in it!
Okay…no, I’m not really a subscriber…
…but in the latest issue of the HCER, one of my pictures is published! It’s illustrating an article called “Immigration: What do National Borders Really Mean?“:
It’s a picture I took one day when we were just driving through Cullman. We were stopped at the traffic light in front of the courthouse on our way to Huntsville or somewhere, and all these protesters were there. I just rolled down the window and click-click. In the picture, they look like they are really getting their point across!
There are three other things that I’ve signed permission to have my pics in that are coming up – one is a book called “Food” by editor John Knechtel – it’s on Amazon here and will be published October 31, 2007:
On June 29th, the new version of ‘Southern Belly‘ comes out, and I think it will have one of my pics of Archibald’s in Tuscaloosa in it:
…and I’m not completely sure any will be used, but I signed permission with the producer for some of my images from Hurricane Katrina to be used as stills in the Louisiana Public Broadcasting show called “Surviving the Storm“:
It’s airing June 7th on LPB and is narrated by John Goodman.
I’ve made a little but not a lot of money on my photography (and I gave the rights to use my pics with LPB for free, it is public television after all!) but it has been *so much fun* just to see them being used!