I'm just this gal, you know?
Eventually there will be something here besides "Look at me! I do NaNo things!" This is not that time. If you'd like to suggest a more interesting/less pretentious bio, I'm all eyes.
NaNo things that may be of interest/"Aren't you that one Wrimo who..." :
I tweet at @sushimustwrite. I can't follow everyone back because I'd never get anything done (a real concern when a lot of your work is online), but I do read all my @ mentions.
You can now read Adventures in Wrimonia (written during NaNo 2009) online! Go to http://www.sushimustwrite.com/wrimonia for the table of contents. Read it before the sequel shows up.
I founded a wiki for NaNoWriMo, and you can add to it! To browse, get more info, and find out how you can contribute, go to http://www.wikiwrimo.org
Yes, I'm the person who wrote the "Hotel NaNoWriMo" song a long time ago. And the 30 Reasons for 30 Days list even longer ago. (Wow, was it that long ago?) The Reference Desk 2010 forum description question on how much yarn it takes to knit a sweater for a giraffe happens to be mine.
Other interesting things: NOWD 2011 attendee, Atlanta ML 2011, @NaNoWordSprints facilitator since 2011, top OLL Goodsearcher (as of this writing)
According to Chris Baty my spirit animal is a lionfish.
I may be a little Nano obsessed.
When I'm not loving everything NaNo and finding things before they're announced, I'm the "everything but code" person at a tech startup/open source project. Fangirling your way into a job is the way to go. I recommend it.
If I haven't replied to your NaNoMail within a week (it happens sometimes during the off-season, believe it or not), try firstname.lastname@example.org
- Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- writing, Nano, languages, overanalysis, procrastination, maths, open culture, not being eaten, licking mattkinsi, ...
- Favorite noveling music:
- This should help: http://www.last.fm/user/ecarrotsushi
- Pretending to be an adult
- Favorite books or authors:
- Yes please