I live in Perth, Western Australia. A few years ago I graduated with a BA, majoring in Linguistics with some ancient languages on the side, and now I’m a copy editor. I enjoy embroidering cross-stitch and blackwork pixel art and geek things (a gallery is here), video games, and collecting notebooks.
I write speculative stories and poems. My bibliography can be found here.
I’m a white Australian; I’m femme agender (ou/ou/ous/ous/ouself or they/them/their/theirs/themself pronouns), asexual and aromantic. My blog posts and fiction concerning ace/aro stuff can be found here. I am not an Ace 101 source, but if you’d like to talk about ace/aro stuff, feel free to contact me!
Numbats (Myrmecobius fasciatus) are an endangered marsupial and an emblem of Western Australia. They eat termites.
The bathyal zone (midnight zone, bathypelagic) lies between 1000 to 4000 metres beneath the ocean’s surface. Anglerfish live there.
Title image is by zoological illustrator Henry Constantine Richter (1821–1902), for The Mammals of Australia by John Gould (1845–1863).