Enjoying the incredible creative energy of the city, its endless series of museums, and its plethora of coffee shops.
Comfortable with a local roast or a Starbucks, as long as I have a place to edit a novel, read my Kindle, or chat with you about what we're each working on.
Introvert and soft-spoken, preferring fireplaces and books to bars or clubs, but all too glad to devote a night to a great theater experience and a long discussion of it over wine or scotch.
Writer and networker at night. If I'm not editing a novel or working on a freelance project, then I'm drafting a game book or making introductions between friends. Occasional tutor.
Regular gamer, of both digital and tabletop inclinations.
Can't wait to move into a bigger place and start cooking more again.
Movies: Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, Pixar, Princess Bride.
Comics (Web and Print): PS 238, Nodwick, Girl Genius, Order of the Stick, Kevin & Kell, Freefall, sequentialart, xkcd, Three Panel Soul, qwantz.com, Devil's Panties, Scary Go Round, and Sandman, to name a few.
Television: Arrested Development, Steven Universe.
Food: tacos and burritos, fried chicken, falafel, chocolate.
Music: Classic Rock, EDM, Metric, video game soundtracks, Jonathan Coulton, Jim Guthrie.
* Delicious tea
* My laptop
* An hour of quiet each day.
* Coffee shops
And please, what makes it so hard to get too, to, and two right, just for starters?
How many creative cohorts can I have in my life at once? How soon could we buy an apartment of our own, where we can all collaborate on awesome work?
If you're open to ethical non-monogamy. I'm enamored with the idea of knowing that my partners could have someone else around when I'm not available. I've just started embracing it, so there's still much for me to learn there. Want to teach me, or learn together?