About the Site
This website largely serves as an Internet homestead of sorts, where I can putter around in the garden, read by the fireplace, or write at the kitchen table. It is my attempt to disconnect and pull back from my dependency on social media. I want maintain a meaningful web presence much like I did when I was younger, when everything I wrote and made belonged to me, and was stored in a space I owned. I’ve been largely inspired by the IndieWeb Principles, the work of Winnie Lim and Buster Benson, not to mention free services like Neocities that encourage people to carve out small & strange personal spaces again.
Right now I feel very homeless on the web, with bits and pieces of me scattered to the four winds. This is my space to pull it all back in. I hope you’ll join me at the kitchen table: I’ll put the kettle on.
- Born 1986
- Location Indianapolis
- Family status Married, one child, one cat
- Personality type
- Work Currently, teaching assistant for Girls Who Code’s summer immersion program
- Loves Old books, cracking open a new Moleskine, black metal on vinyl, my obnoxiously pink & purple mechanical keyboard, Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, David Lowery’s The Green Knight, J.R.R. Tolkien, mythology and fairy tales, rose milk tea, a strong Americano, tarot cards; the work of Georgia O’Keefe, Frida Kahlo, Yayoi Kusama, Lee Krasner, Elain de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, and Joan Mitchell
- Influences Austin Kleon, Julia Cameron, Lynda Barry, Natalie Goldberg, Michel de Montaigne, Anaïs Nin, Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Octavia Butler, Benebell Wen
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