I’m preoccupied with time, space, and memory in a digital world; the struggle between wanderlust and home; and the writing life. Concrete answers don’t exist for these things. There’s a haze I sift through daily: a perpetual fog.
Other obsessions: murals, abandoned buildings, and unearthing memories from the dance scene that was. I love taking pictures but don’t consider myself a photographer, but rather a writer who always carries her
If this is your first visit, consider:
- On (Un)organized Consumption
- Notes on Home, Life, and Life
- On Writing (and Evolving) Online
- Dubstep, Space, and the Malleability of Now
I’m a story wrangler at Automattic and work on the editorial team at WordPress.com. Past lives include marketing proofreader at a college campus, community manager for a travel startup, middle school teaching aide, magazine editorial assistant at Skywalker Ranch, English teacher in Thailand, and newspaper book reviewer. I got my MFA in creative nonfiction from Goucher College and BA in screenwriting from the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University.
I’m a huge fan of squirrels, jungle and tech house, most things circa 1998, and my husband, Nick Rowlands. You might want to check out our blog, Tiny House Travelers, where we’re documenting our project of building a tiny house on wheels — and exploring our evolving ideas of home and space.
To contact me about the use of images, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. I don’t publish guest posts or answer advertising inquiries. Also, please don’t send WordPress.com or support-related questions to my personal email address. Thanks!