Hello! I have been inactive on here for some time. This site functions mostly as a record of my academic work / zine endeavors, and I’ve mainly been working on grad school applications (which I’d prefer to keep between me and adcoms) for the past few months. When not doing that, though, I’ve been blockprinting, … Continue reading “RooPress!”
In Fall 2016 I took a “Literary Programming” class and learned the basics of Python. A literal seven months later, I’ve finally completed the (surprisingly easy) task of “publishing” one of my projects: Chopped Bot! It’s really simple, really silly, and I really love it. It’s a Twitter Bot that imagines scenarios from Food Network’s … Continue reading “A Silly Digital Project: Chopped Bot!”
Hello! I am still here! In the fog that is spring semester senior year, I’ve managed to put together some electro-poetry in Stepworks, an amazing, open-source, one-click storytelling tool. I was really excited to learn about this software, as I’ve been wanting to implement music into my writing but don’t (yet) know anything about audio-mixing, … Continue reading “new e-lit: monument to a feeling”
My entire life currently revolves around applying to grad school and making zines, and I’m okay with that. Because I want everyone to make zines, I’ve been trying to think of a way to teach zine-making. I’m super particular about my own zine assembly process because my photocopier is not-the-best and I refuse to pay … Continue reading “Making Zines, Assembling Them, etc.”
Hello! I am still here! Busy and never posting, but still making things (read: still making zines)! Here’s the latest: EXIT POLLS is a collaborative zine I put together in the week after the presidential election. There’s a lot of really amazing writing and art inside, and I am so excited about how the zine … Continue reading “EXIT POLLS — a zine!”
For an entry in the SDSU Electronic Literature Competition (and for the final of an English class), I wrote, made GIFs for, and coded a piece of electronic literature. It’s titled Driving Alone at Night, and follows the story of a recent college graduate who— you guessed it— is driving alone at night. It was … Continue reading “Driving Alone at Night—E-Lit Competition Entry”
Here is the second issue of Pretty Girl. This one is focused on Riot Grrrl, identity, and creating art. I made some rad stickers to go with it, I’ll update with some photos of them soon. Enjoy! Pretty Girl Issue 2 and Here’s the link for the playlist listed on page 8!
Hello everyone! I posted this originally a few months ago on an old site, and figured I’d re-post. I made this zine for a Comparative Literature class of mine. I’ve attached it below in its entirety (although I think it works best in traditional paper zine form). “Pretty Girl” Volume 1, Issue 1: Personal Meditations … Continue reading ““Pretty Girl” Issue 1: A Zine”