What’s your job?
“Library assistant at the University of Minnesota. I work in the Plant Pathology Library—we only have books about sick plants!”
Other than your job, what are your claims to fame?
“I direct the Minneapolis Indie Xpo, a very exciting independent comic book festival. It’s happening soon, on November 5-6 at the Soap Factory. Admission is free—please come! Previously I ran the Twin Cities Zinefest, from 2008-2010.”
What’s your relationship status?
“I’m a single lady without children, pets, or plants. I get a lot of sleep.”
Where are you most likely to be seen?
“Nicollet Mall, Playatta dance parties, Grumpy’s downtown, the post office, Aster Cafe, Seward Cafe, Boiler Room Coffee, Salon Saloon shows, and Asian Taste—when they have their liquor license.”
Where are you least likely to be seen?
“Zombie Pub Crawls, Byerly’s, Uptown, Basilica Block Parties, and the Xcel Energy Center.”
With what people are you most likely to be seen?
“Out and about with Joanna Solotaroff, Abby Haddican, Josh La Bau, Britt Hammerberg, or a hoard of cartoonists. But I like many, many people. Minneapolis is full of great people.”
Where were you born?
“On an Army base in Augusta, Georgia.”
What neighborhood do you live in now?
“Stevens Square! I love it so much.”
What’s your ride?
“Bus and Nice Ride bikes.”
What’s the best way for someone to start a conversation with you?
“Look interesting so I can badger you with questions about where you shop and what you’re doing and where did you come from and what are you into. Ask me about my nails and let me tell you about my blogs.”
Photo courtesy Sarah Morean