Featured Publication

Book Review

The Western Wind

The Western Wind

Harvey's brilliance lies in her ability to humanize and complicate her characters, to give them lives and loves and losses, jealousies and pain and secrets.

Washington Independent Review of Books

Blog Posts

Blog Post

What I've Been Reading - August 18, 2019

Only one thing to read this week. The 1619 Project from The New York Times Magazine.

August 19, 2019

Blog Post

What I've Been Reading - August 11, 2019

It's been a rough week here in Dayton. A week ago, we woke up to the news that in less than 30 seconds a man managed to kill nine people and wound almost 30 others in a popular downtown district. I don't know how to internalize that or what else to say about that. There are no words for that kind of horror. Anyway, here are some things I read this week. Maybe they'll help, maybe they'll distract, though distraction can be a form of help.

August 11, 2019

Sparkbox Foundry Article

4 Strategies to Advocate for Project Improvements

Ever have great ideas for improving projects but don’t know how to bring them up? Katy shares how you can effectively advocate for your improvements while being considerate of your team and clients.

Sparkbox Foundry

Blog Post

I have a confession to make...

It's probably time to admit that blue isn't my favorite color anymore.

May 27, 2019

Blog Post

I Fell in Love with GraphQL Last Night

When I started, I didn't really know much of anything about GraphQL. And, to be honest, the only thing I really knew about Gatsby was that I could use it to build a static site with React. Plus it works well with the Netlify CMS, which is something I also really want to use. Since then, I've learned a lot. But last night, my knowledge of GraphQL took a leap forward and now I really love it.

May 05, 2019

more posts