During the Renaissance, the leisured class liked to display their prized art, natural artifacts, and souvenirs from their travels in wunderkammer (literally “wonder cabinets,” though “curio cabinent” is more common). I am sorely wanting in phoenix tales and anatomical theaters, but this space is my own digital wunderkammer, a place to store the hodgepodge of pieces I’ve written over the past eight years. Fiction lives here; blog posts, here; and clips (rather dusty, I’m afraid), here.
When I’m not writing fiction, I’m likely writing SQL, python, or R for Condé Nast. If you’re curious about telling stories with numbers and code, these posts are a good place to start.