I have been recognized TENS of times shopping at Kohl’s in my hometown. But if Melissa A.’s opinion of me doesn’t matter to you, maybe some of these people’s will.
- Listen to me be a guest on Weekly Humorist’s podcast Talkward and hear my quiet, nasally voice!!!
- The Rumpus staffer Elissa Bassist named my piece “What Does It Mean When a Girl Is Quiet?” as one of her 2018 Favorites. As she said, if you don’t read my piece, you are scientifically sexist.
- I am on ~*a list*~ of The New Yorker’s Not-to-Be-Missed Shouts of 2017 and 2018.
- Splitsider thinks you should follow me on Twitter. (Zero million followers can’t be wrong!!)
- I won a 2016 Gold ADDY Award (AAF-KC) for this music video about what not to say during the holidays that I wrote and co-starred in (yes i am a star u peasants) for Shoebox, Hallmark Cards’ humor brand.
- I won a 2016 Bronze ADDY Award (AAF-KC) for this music video about new words recently added to the dictionary, which I also wrote and performed in for Shoebox. It lost to some Dairy Queen video about cakes, but I got to say “Michelle Obama” and “sext” in a video for Hallmark, so who’s the real winner here?
- My high school biology teacher called me “kind hearted” and said my science skills were “middle of the pack” in a letter of recommendation in 2008.