Under normal circumstances, most of us will live our lives hidden from the scrutiny of history. But right now, we’re all part of history. Now’s the time to think about how we want future generations to learn about our individual stories. Here are five ways to tell your own pandemic story. 1. Write Your StoryContinue reading “Five Ways To Tell Your Pandemic Story”
Last year I was invited to submit a piece of short fiction to IBM’s in-house design magazine, Variable. I was asked to write a story that imagined what virtual twinning for farms might look like fifty years from now. When I began working on this piece, I had no idea that this would be my lastContinue reading “Short Fiction: Desert Tsunami”
I’ve been called a blogger, a content designer, a technical writer, and many other names for the different types of writing I’ve created over the years. But none of those names has ever sat comfortably with me. Because what I do is tell stories, and so I like to be called a storyteller.