By Leilani Clark

It’s a bright morning in September, and WORK, a new coworking space in downtown Petaluma, bustles with members busy on projects and tasks. At one desk, a book editor combs through his latest batch of manuscripts. At a large white table nearby, an event planner maps out details for a client. Everybody here works under the same roof, yet they’re performing seemingly unrelated jobs, with no apparent job supervisor.

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