Brook Shelley lives in Portland, OR with her cat, Snorri. After realizing IT paid her rent more than reading literature all day, she began to fix laptops at the University of Texas. After years in the support, development, and server worlds, she now focuses on building a better software release and response tooling at Turbine Labs.
In addition to her work, her writing has appeared in The Toast, Lean Out, Transfigure, and the Oregon Journal of the Humanities. She regularly speaks at conferences on queer & trans issues, and is on the board of directors for both Basic Rights Oregon, and the Enthusiasm Collective.
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