You’ll definitely feel your tax dollars are well spent when your local government agency pays you to write for them. That’s right, there is good money to be made writing for state, county and city offices. And the great thing about working for these agencies is that once you get your foot in the door (and do a terrific job, of course), lots more assignments usually follow. Listen in as I talk with award-winning writer Mary Taylor Young about the incredible variety of interesting government writing projects she has had over the years. Mary offers tips on getting started and insights on the pluses and minuses of writing in the public sector. Be sure to check out Mary’s latest book, Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years, at marytayloryoung.com.