Puck tells stories about diaspora, migration, economics, social movements, prison and policing. She’s interested in intersections of race, gender, class, and all things hidden in plain sight.
These days Puck is happily buried in public records files and 10-K reports, talking to strangers, coding web sites, working with communities to tell their own stories and endlessly tweaking the perfect sentence. She just finished a three-month tour collecting interviews for a collaborative oral history project. She dreams of writing sci fi from cat cafes all over the world.