Publisher, mother, geek, executive assistant sith, gamer, writer, lazy succubus, blogger, bibliophile. Not necessarily in that order.
My brother set me on the road to bibliophilia by teaching me to read dinosaur books at age two, but it was LeVar Burton who guided me down that path with his Reading Rainbow. I consider the television show to be a major part of my childhood and even created a little bookclub in its honour. ButREAD MORE
There have been all sorts of influential people and moments in my life that have shaped me into the geek I am today. One Christmas, my father, then a district manager at Radio Shack, brought home a Tandy Color Computer. He unknowingly started me on a path he’s never quite come to understand, but three decadesREAD MORE
With several months to go until its estimated January 2015 delivery date, production for the documentary She Makes Comics is well underway, and director Marisa Stotter has spent the last little while staring at hours of raw footage. After rounds of interviews at the recent Emerald City Comic Con and with the San Diego ComicREAD MORE
The Toronto leg of the Game of Thrones: The Exhibition wrapped up on May 18, and I was lucky enough to get a look at the best of Westeros, tucked into a corner of the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre.READ MORE