I'm a writer, editor, publisher, curator, and event planner based in Providence, Rhode Island. After finishing college with an anthropology degree I took a full-time job as a retail buyer, keeping my sanity by occupying myself with other projects. Among other things, over the past seven years I have built websites, DJed weddings and European-themed club nights, hosted a series of spelling bees, judged multiple facial hair competitions, hosted a weekly Top 40 radio show, curated a dog-themed film festival, edited several books (mainly about Cambodia), modeled for a charity calendar, organized successful fundraisers for local literary non-profits, spoken on a bunch of panels (mostly ones with the word Queer somewhere in the title) and worked odd jobs as a location scout, a barback, a stock boy, a fashion stylist, a sex blogger, a dogwalker, and a supervisor of census workers. Sometimes I also photograph television screens, particularly when Days of Our Lives is on.
My two main labors of love, though, are Headmaster, the biannual art magazine for man-lovers, and Not About The Buildings, the literary events organization that I founded in 2006.
My other primary interests are art, pop music, sex, and the city of Providence. I am pretty good at doing most things, though, as long as they don't involve food service or interacting with children.
[image: Vivian Disguises Herself As A Maid To Plant Drugs In Carly's Room (2011)]