Dare you think yourself an education reporter if you haven’t experienced that most novel of course formats, the MOOC? I’ve enrolled in Coursera’s UPenn offering “Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society.” Over the course of the next eight weeks I’ll be seeking to find, define, and fill a gap in my user experience of life.
I recently began contributing to EdTech: Focus on Higher Education. You can link directly to my latest work via my Feature Articles tab, or view it aggregated right on the EdTech site here, where as a bonus you can check out my cheeky new freelancer bio.
Quick update: “The Desert” was rescheduled and will be read on March 19, with Micah Chalmers directing. A brief synopsis is online here. The location and time of day remain the same. And it remains free and open to the public!
In addition, the next issue of Storm Cellar Quarterly (featuring my short story, “The Mathematician”) is now available for pre-order. You can find out how to get it, whether in paper or pixels, here. It’s expected to ship out mid month and, for reasons as yet obscure to me, the issue has been nicknamed This Bird Will Die. I can’t wait to find out why.
Check out my profile of the women behind Grassroots Gourmet, a new bakery in my neighborhood, on the blog for Bloomingdale!
I received word this week that my one-act play, “The Desert,” will receive a public reading as part of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival. The reading is free and open to all, and a discussion will follow. Details below!
When: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 8:30pm
Where: Fells Point Corner Theatre, 251 South Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Want to read something I’ve written (or edited)? The links above will take you to a selection of feature articles, press releases, and more. To contact me, navigate to the “So, what’s a jacib?” portion of the website and use the nifty webform provided.