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My Websites

This list is perpetually evolving and incomplete. Yes, there's a Patreon and you may also be interested in My Reddits.


Eclogiselle: Development resources for small communities.
Pedestrian Coast: A site about the place I live.
Solano Rail: A critique of Solano County's rail plan.
American Home Works


Street Life Solutions: Useful information for homeless Americans and advocates.
The Genevieve Files: LGBTQ people are at high risk of homelessness.
Pocket Puter: Being productive with a smartphone or tablet.
San Diego Homeless Survival Guide: Useful information for homeless Americans. It was my first homeless site. It no longer gets actively updated, but it is a treasure trove of practical information mostly written while I was actually homeless.
What Helps The Homeless: This is also archived and was also mostly written while I was actually homeless.


Doreen Michele: A website about websites where I write about writing.
Write Pay: Includes a quick start guide for Textbroker.
Titles R Hard: The trials and tribulations of writing titles.


Atypical Cystic Fibrosis
Nutrient Dense
Stop Touching Your Face
Formulary of Life


I've had a few short-lived comics. At some point, I repackaged Lil November under the name The Cute And The Dead in hopes of someday reviving it.

Last Updated October 14, 2020.

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Me. Woodward Park, Fresno, CA. January 2016.

My favorite pic of me that's sort of recent-ish. (No, you aren't lost. As of June 1, 2020, redirects here.)


Until a few days ago, this site -- -- was my personal blog and I had a separate site at that I thought of as my professional site where I had information on how to hire me to do resume work and the like. About three days ago, I fairly spontaneously redacted all the personal blog posts from this site and set about merging the two sites into one.

Now, redirects here. Most of the content was moved over from the other site. The only content I kept from my personal blog were the pages called Me, My Websites and References.

I also took design elements from both. I kept the pink and white template from my personal blog but added a pinned (permanent) Featured Post with the same photo from the other site. I also substantially edited a lot of the content from both sites to make everything more polished.


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