Actually a human. Definitely has opposable thumbs.
Will ramble for days if you let her get started. Words are fun, right?
Runs the site, types the words, draws the pretty pictures.
Tricia spent just long enough doing science to know that she wasn’t cut out for a life of academia. Four years of a PhD and a four-hundred page thesis later, she found herself wondering what she was going to do, if it wasn’t science.
For years she’d been toying with the idea of publishing her stories, of selling her art, but… Perfectionism is hard to live with. Nothing ever seemed good enough to show to other people. It was just a hobby, right?
No longer! If she learned only one other thing from her stint as a PhD candidate, it was that she tended to procrastinate. And that was what was happening. Excuses, excuses, but none that would actually change if she waited a year or two. And so, buoyed by a sudden determination (and a whole lot of free time while she looked for a job), Tricia launched ‘Creative Pigs’. Her own business, through which she would publish her own work and finally let the world see all of her worlds.
Smol and suspicious, but surprisingly willing to chat for an introvert.
Absolutely terrible eyesight. Really, she makes bats look eagle-eyed.
Has too many board games and books. Wait, make that too few shelves. Yeah, that makes more sense.
Credit to Aparna Shree Raina for the photos.