Adam Hogue is currently living, working and writing in Providence, RI. For the past two years, he has been living and working as an expat in Gwangju, Korea. He has been a contributing writer for Policymic with articles being shared by NPR and Salon Magazine. He is an avid reader who enjoys good humor. While overseas, he traveled through Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia and New Zealand. Adam has a strong belief that the essay and #longreads will never go out of style.
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Where Should You Live Abroad? A Guide for Budding Expats
5 Best Cities for 20-Somethings Other Than New York
What You Probably Missed When Reading 'Romeo and Juliet'
Joss Whedon vs. JJ Abrams: Comparing the Genius Of Sci-Fi's Greats
Salinger Movie: J.D. Salinger Would Hate the J.D. Salinger Documentary
The One Thing Even the Smartest Man In the World Can't Get Enough Of
'Breaking Bad' Season 6: Why Do We Care About Walter White?
Will Saturday Night Live Survive Their All-Star Exodus?
What It's Like to Attend Ansan Valley Rock Festival As An American in Korea
It's Not Just a Major — It's a Personal Brand
Don't Run the Barkley Marathons — Because You Will Fail
5 Podcasts Every Millennial Should Listen To
Justin Carter: There's a Little Troll In All Of Us
Facebook Owns You and You Can Never Leave
Pete Campbell is the Future Whether You Like It Or Not
Why Do Americans Love Superheroes So Much?
8 Pictures Proving the Chicago Sun-Times Was Crazy to Cut Its Photo Department
Celebrate Mount Everest's Historic 60th Anniversary By Never Climbing It Again
What the 6 Most Profitable Movies Of All Time Reveal About America