Tatiana Walk-Morris is a Chicago-based journalist who covers a wide range of topics across business, technology, health and culture. A Detroit-native who lived in the city before relocating to the suburbs, her writing has appeared in Vox, the New York Times, Refinery29, and the Financial Times. She also runs The Freelance Beat, a blog for freelance journalists, and a Patreon newsletter under the same name featuring news about journalism roles and successful pitches.
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