Library responses to the Truth & Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action: my little contribution

This was my third year presenting at the TRY+ Conference, after presenting the (to be resurrected!) Toronto Film Map and my thoughts on using linked open data in map classification in 2015 and 2016, respectively. This year, Jane and I finally got to share our Little Free Libraries® research to our colleagues together, which was […]

My week of firsts

A bunch of big things happened last week: my first article was published I went on my first group ride ever with the Dark Horse Flyers I had my first driving lesson, and drove to work (!) during rush hour (!) on Dupont and Bloor (!) and our article was picked up by The Atlantic‘s […]

My first article!

My first peer-reviewed academic article is out, and it’s open-access for everyone to read!!! Little Free Libraries®: Interrogating the impact of the branded book exchange In this article, we critique the phenomenon of Little Free Libraries® (LFL®), the non-profit organization dedicated to sharing books with one’s neighbours. Through our engagement with the discourses, narratives and […]

Deciding when to put yourself out there

Quietly, incrementally, I’ve been sharing things I wrote over the last few years – the experimental outtakes of my first attempt at writing about landscape, an entirely serious paper on records management in sci-fi, the thesis I didn’t want to acknowledge for the better part of two years. I’m happy to be releasing things on […]