I'm a graduate student in literary and library studies in the English department and the iSchool at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My writing and research include poetry, translation, and public digital scholarship. My current creative research project is a digital documentary poetry project called MOUNDS. On campus, I teach college composition and information literacy in the English department, and I'm a student assistant at the Mukurtu CMS Midwest Hub at Wisconsin Library Services (WiLS). I'm also involved with the Carpentries data science workshop group on campus. I spent three years as a research assistant on the digital humanities platform project Digital Mappa based on campus at the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, where I did DH project and product management, open-access scholarly publications, and digital pedagogy. Professional interests include digital humanities and academic libraries. Other research areas include medieval studies, literary theory and psychoanalysis.