Corban Addison

Corban Addison Klug (writing under the pen name “Corban Addison”) has published four novels. He lives in Charlottesville and works out of his home and a small office downtown. Corban travels the world to write and seek inspiration for his books, which are about issues of global human rights. He has written about everything from human trafficking, to piracy in Somalia, to the underside of the consumer economy.

  • July 24, 2019    |   First Amendment

    Charlottesville Writer Tax

    Charlottesville Treats Members of Its Creative Community Like ATMs

    Charlottesville, Virginia, prides itself on welcoming its large community of writers, artists and other freelance creatives with open arms. But recently, for the first time, some members of this community have been told that they’ve been criminals for years. The city of Charlottesville and Albemarle County have decided to require a business license to write…

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