Its campaign had racked up 27 backers for an early total of $1,295 as of this posting.
At the moment, Rosenberg works out of what a colleague described as a “cloffice” in the Fort Greene apartment he shares with his girlfriend; he is the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief. He also reports, writes and oversees video and photo production, as well as being the point person for marketing and publicity. He has been joined by a managing editor—fellow Times contributor Brendan Spiegel. Their plan is to get Narratively off the ground with the help of a Kickstarter campaign and a handful of experienced New York freelancers who are willing to work without a paycheck until funding trickles in. (Assuming funding does, in fact, trickle in.)(5)