I found Jabari Weathers last year on Twitter and loved their work. I reached out soon after but due to various circumstances (life, time, my new job, etc.) this article kept not happening. But I am so happy to be able to share their wonderful art now. Learn more about Jabari Weathers and their art... Continue Reading →
Hello lovely readers! Unfortunately, due to a heavy day job schedule, I will no longer be able to release an article every month. So, in order to keep this going at a quality level I can be proud of, I will be putting out an article every two months. In the meantime, I will be... Continue Reading →
The Bookworm Gets Sexy: Sex Magic Many thanks to my partner Ryan, for taking the above sexy picture and for experimenting with me. I love feedback so feel free to reply to this email or contact me at my preferred internet lurking places down at the bottom. If you know about some resources I've missed, lemme... Continue Reading →
One of the perks of writing for a music magazine is listening to albums early like I did with Drug Apts' Clean Living Under Difficult Circumstances. If you like jarring psychedelic garage punk, learn more about the album and the band's touring schedule in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Kim Myatt's darkly fascinating work really popped out at me when I was scrolling through the #portfolioday feed on Twitter late last year. I'm so happy to feature them and their work in this week's Creators to Watch.
Welcome to Year 2 of The Bookworm Is In. I'm going to be experimenting with format and content changes this year, so long term readers may notice some differences. This month, I decided I needed more than books to tackle this topic and reached out to some friends to help me. Many thanks to Markus K.... Continue Reading →
Often, my WILT subjects are people I've never met or spoken to before our interview. So it was an awesome change of pace to talk to my old boss/coworker from college Kyle Monhollen. I feel like I learned more about him in this interview than I did working with him for three years, which tells... Continue Reading →