I put my heart and soul into all of the things on this page. It's rarely easy, it's always satisfying, and often
times it's even good. I hope you check them out and use them and get something out of your time spent with
them. I make them for myself, but I also make them for you. There is never enough beauty and kindness in
our world. I do what I can to lighten the load.
Luna Station Press
This is the home of my writing output and that of dear friends and family. It also acts as the mothership
to the vital and vibrant Luna Station Quarterly. As we say on the site: Small but mighty. A passion for
stories. Fiercely independent.
Luna Station Quarterly
Born out of a hunger to see more women's stories in the world, LSQ has grown from a one person operation
to a lively, important little magazine with a full compliment of editors and bloggers. We've proudly
published over 300 authors from around the world in our 8 years.
than conforming to a "battle" paradigm, the engine's "interaction", "gear" and "meter" tools can be used
for anything from a traditional RPG to a lesson on cooking and anything else a developer can imagine.
As it grows, tools for non-technical game writers will be added, making Plastic accessible to anyone
with a game idea and the passion to build it.
Working in tech is amazing, but it's also a path frought with opportunities for burnout and other risks to
mental, physical, emotional and spiritual (whatever your beliefs) health. I myself struggle with this
daily and so as I was gathering resources to help keep burnout at bay, I decided to share them with others.
The response has been tremendous and many lovely people have added their own resources as well. I hope
you visit the site and take something away with you to keep you safe and healthy.
A Qty of Stuff
I've been writing about technology for a little while now and am beginning to do so more and more. Partly
to share what I've learned over the years and save someone else a few steps. Mostly to get all the knowledge
in my head down in a tangible form, that I can look at it anew and see the gaps that need to be filled.
The posts here range a bit, some more technical and others focusing more on the human factor in all these
bits and bytes.
I write stories. Many of them are short, some are long. Fiction is a place to explore who I am and bring
back something new I never knew about myself. I see me in every character I write, pieces of myself exploded
to a larger proportion and taking on their own lives. I invite you into the worlds I've created. There
is often tea and a sweet dog within, though do remember to ask the fairies before taking a cookie from
I'm a bookmarking pack rat. I've also gotten really good at googling stuff over the years and have a varied
mix of interests that lead me down some nice rabbit holes on the internet. Occasionally I go digging
around all that gathered fodder and come up with a few interesting things to share with you all. This
newsletter is my vehicle.
A commonplace book is a place to compile knowledge, quotes, observations, etc. I could run a blog, and have
done so in the past. Newsletters feel more like a note from a friend so instead I use this one to share
my ponderings and bits of wisdom I've uncovered as well as what I'm reading, listening to, and other