Jess Henderson (b.1991, BSc.) is the pseudonym of the independent writer, researcher, theorist, and founder of No Fun and Outsider. Their book Offline Matters: The Less-Digital Guide to Creative Work (Amsterdam: BIS Publishers, 2020) comes out in September. The culmination of three years of research conducted as an insider precariat of the creative industries, Offline Matters is a handbook of radical strategies for the creative worker. It takes a counter-cultural trip through industry superstitions, mutual-aid and worker activism. Today Henderson’s research focuses on burnouts, slackerism, disappointment, and dissatisfaction.
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