INFOGRAPHIC: Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers Electric Literature August 6, 2015 Books, Essays 11 Comments Unplag created an infographic reminding all the aspiring novelists out there that they might have to work some odd jobs (fun or terrible) before they hit on a six-figure publishing deal. Fingers crossed, right? Below, check out what Kurt Vonnegut, Charles Dickens, Stephen King, and more did before they were famous authors. 11 Responses Alex Nodopaka August 6, 2015 Alexandre Nodopaka: Dishwasher for Pam Am Airlines and midnight shift to boot! Reply Yuki Black August 8, 2015 This sounds so crazy! I didn’t expected that 😀 Reply Around the world in bookish news | Anglozine August 12, 2015 […] INFOGRAPHIC: Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers– Have you ever wondered how James Joyce spent his time in-between writing sessions? 2. The […] Reply Pay the Rent | Canadian Writers Abroad August 18, 2015 […] “Infographic: Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers” via Electric Literature […] Reply Reputation Management | Website Design and SEO in MalaysiaWebsite Design and SEO in Malaysia August 19, 2015 […] Do you hate negative book reviews? Try telling that to Mark Twain, D.H. Lawrence, or any of these famous authors who have trashed their fellow […] Reply #200 | The Alipore Post August 21, 2015 […] Infographic: Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers Potbox […] Reply Infográfico: Trabalhos Incomuns de Autores Famosos | Blog do Sistema de Bibliotecas da UCS August 21, 2015 […] Fonte: Eletric Lit adaptado. […] Reply A generous way to die | Kait Gets Lit September 7, 2015 […] He worked at the post office before he became a writer full-time. Here’s an infographic of other odd jobs held by famous writers courtesy of Electric Literature. Bukowski worked for 35 […] Reply Yazarlar ve Tuhaf Meslekleri | Bir de Kitap October 15, 2015 […] Electric Literature sitesinden alınmıştır. […] Reply Francesco January 31, 2016 Women? Reply Thursday’s Things – Fortified By Books February 18, 2016 […] Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers – I also started my new job on Tuesday. While I’m not a famous writer, I thought this would be fitting since my job has nothing to do with writing or books. It also has nothing to do with my degree. […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.