Other Projects and Publications
Badges at SLAIS: Creating a Gamification System for Students - SLAIS Research Day (February 2014)
Adult Graphic Novels - BCLA RA in a Half Day (October 2013)
Online Groups and Projects
BC Libraries on Social Media: A list of as many British Columbia library social media accounts as I could find. Other people have added some that I've missed. You can add yours too!
Readers' Advisory for Library Staff: A Facebook Group for when someone asks you about a book they can't remember the title of, you're trying to find a read-a-like of something of which you've never heard, or you just want a recommendation for what to read next. Questions about other forms of media are also welcome!
Zine Librarians: A group to talk about zine librarianship! All zine librarians and archivists are welcome.
LIBR 500: Foundations of Information Technology (January - April, 2013)
Book Club for Masochists
I have also been a guest on the following podcasts:
I have been interviewed for the following articles.
A Quick Guide to the New Star Wars Comics Series, CCGC in Libraries (January 2016)
The Rainbow Orchid: An interview with comics creator Garen Ewing, The Beat (May 2012)
Indie Month-to-Month Sales: Tracking how well non-Marvel/DC comics sold to North American comic book stores, The Beat (July 2011). I wrote this as a monthly column for two years, but some of them don't seem to be online anymore.
The DFC Library, The Beat (January 2011)
Comic Books vs Scroobius Pip: The Beat (November 2010)
Thought Bubble 2010: Con Report, The Beat (November 2010)
The Dandy Relaunch: The Beat (November 2010)
Beard Love: An interview with Alec Longstreth about comics and facial hair, The Beat (November 2010)
Comics on a Hot Tintin Roof: Review of the Hergé Museum, The Beat (November 2010)
London MCM Expo: Con Report, The Beat (November 2010)
Banned Books Week Virtual Read-Out 2014! I read from the Batman story "Bruce Wayne, Private Detective" published in Detective Comics #155, cover dated January 1950.
I have interviewed comic creators and zinesters for ALA at the 2015 conference in San Francisco, the 2014 conference in Las Vegas, and the 2013 conference in Chicago. I did not edit these, and I think at least one has weird formatting.
Ed Luce on a Love of Libraries
Janet K Lee on Comics as Communication
Colleen Frakes on Comics and Libraries
Sean O'Neill on Comics and Storytelling
Dan Mishkin Kids Read Comics and Comics and Perspective
Mike Maihack on Comics for Everyone
Delia Jean, comic artist with LadyDrawers.
John Porcellino, creator of King-Cat Comics.
Kelly McElroy, Dave Roche, Jami Thompson, and Jaclyn Miller, librarians and zinesters.
Chris Giarusso, creator of G-Man.
Jason Horn, creator of Ninjasaur.
Cosplay! Dressing up like fictional characters.
VPL Quest: I visited every public library in Vancouver (and some beyond), and wrote posts that were sometimes related.
365 Artist Trading Cards a Year: Art the size of hockey/baseball cards. Make one and I'll trade with you!