welcome to my digital garden

hi. I'm alicia. writer, creator, communications specialist.

I release occasional dispatches on my public notebook/newsletter {{reverberations}}, chat with internet pals about movies on the Title TK podcast, and participate in VEDS every September on my YouTube channel.

this site is a holding ground, a central repository. here you'll find my own writing & creative work as well as links to tools and resources. I'm interested in learning what it means to be an artist/creator, how we can build better communities, and how to nurture a self-care/self-keeping practice. embrace the sprawling web of pages. explore the garden. get on board with the inconsistent lowercase aesthetic.

you'll find personal/site updates below (and in the archive).

got questions? comments? just want to say hi? please get in touch! (seriously, I've gotten some utterly lovely emails that just made my day. thank you.)

a stack of books bound with twine.

updates

a new domain name and email

jan 22 2020

didn't get a chance to post this yesterday, so here it is!

I bought a domain name! this proudly canadian site is now thedigitaldiarist.ca. I also have a new email address, alicia@thedigitaldiarist.ca, so your messages don't get lost among my dozens of newsletter subscriptions anymore.

other updates:

film diary & Big Finish recommendations

jan 18 2021

added two more pages:

as I say in my site welcome, this place is a central repository. the media I encounter and engage with is a big part of my life. one of my goals this year is to keep better track of it all, here, in one place. and if you engage with any of the same media, hit me up! I'm happy to chat about it.

cheers,
a.

what I'm reading in 2021

jan 17 2021

have you seen the new section over in reading? go on and take a peek at my reading journal for this year. so far, I've finished two books: one fiction and one non-fiction. I won't be posting reviews, per se; this is just a fun way to track the books I pick up this year. if you have suggestions, please feel free to email me, particularly if you have a good mystery to recommend. I never read mysteries, but I would like to give it a go.

wish me luck with my reading goals!
a.