On Set: a recollection

August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

This morning I fell into a hole of depression and inner whining about how none of my projects ever reach fruition, and how those that do actually limp across the finish line before collapsing in an exhausted heap instead of landing on anything like acclaim (or I guess the winner’s circle, [...continue...]


August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Links, links, so many links, it’s Sir Linksalot up in here! (Okay there are only two links.) 1) Hollywood, seriously. Really. You cast an actress to play Linda Lovelace who, in an interview with GQ, says about the movie Deep Throat, “There’s no point in watching the whole movie. [...continue...]

Amanda Palmer is out of control

August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Amanda Palmer is basically a gigantic, naked freight train careening out-of-control down the tracks of FUCKING BRILLIANT. For those of you who can’t watch this genius and endearing takedown of the Daily Mail right now, I’ve transcribed the waltz: “Dear Daily Mail, I was doing a [...continue...]

So, the other day (thrift shop story)….

July 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Worst Moment: I broke my toe. At work. When I stood up to go down the hall to the scanner and slammed my foot into a filing cabinet because I wasn’t looking where I was going. And then, as I was sitting there trying not to cry, I thought, “Toes are really absurd. Who came up with this design? [...continue...]

A selfie of me, poetry-ing…

July 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

…at the 3rd annual NYC Poetry Festival over the weekend. I think this is possibly my best selfie to date! I spent my day at the festival doing readings in a little Poetry Brothel tent full of lace and beads and weirdness on Governor’s Island. I wore a corset and a lot of jewelry and did [...continue...]

Attention, Everyone!

July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Two announcements to draw attention to things I’ve done or am doing! Self-promotion! Hey, it’s my website. I do what I want! 1) I published a short essay at LUNA LUNA Mag called “The Mouth Breather.” This is the first installment of my once-a-month column on commuting via [...continue...]