These days, I am adding bits and pieces to Sherwood Anderson-related articles. Eventually, I'll probably be making major additions to Sherwood Anderson himself (at least digitally).
After attending Meetup at the Reagan Presidential Library on November 19, 2011, I have created and am working on Washington Summit (1987). Though I haven't done a whole lot of work on it since. I'll team up, if someone wants to take a crack at GA with that article. Shouldn't be too difficult.
I've also decided to try and make the stub of librarian Lawrence Clark Powell into a featured article. But one may have to engrave that on my tombstone. I make no promises.
My expertise lies in poetry, literature, and information science, though my interests are much broader. Over time, I suspect I'll be editing articles that reflect my varied and constantly expanding fascinations. If you arrive at this page, and need a section or two for an article related to my fields of interest and/or expertise, feel free to ask and I'll try to help.
Badges and other foodstuffs
|Thanks for organizing the Wikipedia Loves Libraries event in West Hollywood. I am from Seattle but am helping to organize the WLL event in Portland. I also edit articles about HIV and am glad to see that you list that as a focus.|
|The Writer's Barnstar|
|For your helpful contributions to articles about books and writers. Your fine editing is noticed. And appreciated. — CactusWriter (talk) 19:51, 13 November 2012 (UTC)|
|The Real Life Barnstar|
|For organizing Wikipedia:Meetup/Wikipedia Loves West Hollywood(2013). I didn't realize before, but this barnstar was specifically designed for efforts like yours to organize real-world wiki interaction. Chris Troutman (talk) 06:42, 8 April 2013 (UTC)|