The code here is “brain-friendly,” my key for serving community in the most human ways possible. I want more people on the playground, so I’ve built a local user group to soften the learning curves and help people meet in person. Bay Area Bloggers Society is an O’Reilly Media-sponsored user group with over 600 members, meeting around the SF Bay area since 2008. See more at the Meetup, and don’t miss our current series of events, mini-workshops, and Google+ Hangouts with fascinating innovators in publishing, blogging, and community building.
I’m the author of fiction and nonfiction, with eBooks available on Amazon, and a print book, “Little Shifts,” which helps people live a more imagination-centered life.
My fiction is a modern experimental form of storytelling, more like a television series than any longer book forms we’re accustomed to. If you’d like to know when my fiction episodes are available, be sure to subscribe to my email list.
You can see my manifesto, “How to be an agent of connection,” here:
I like to encourage the development of a useful digital language across generations. My primary objective at BABS meetings is for everyone to know their options where new media is concerned. It is supremely satisfying to me to see people embrace appropriate tech tools to further their self expression, grow creatively, and build healthy businesses. If you’re in my email list, you’ll also be among the first to know about my new community for reclamation arts called Suzanna’s List.
See you in the interwebs!