Half the Clothes’ author grew up being ridiculous on the high plains of Wyoming and frolicking in America’s Rocky Mountains.
She has since crossed
29 45 international borders, spent 5 7+ years traveling, and written nearly 350 450 stories and articles – mostly self-indulgent.
After bookstores and farmers’ markets, learning is her weakness. She can’t resist a new skill. As a result, she’s held more than 26 jobs, many simultaneously. This causes some people to describe her as an over-achieving workaholic, but really it’s an inability to resist the euphoria of new knowledge. Although she has a goal to never work again, short-term jobs that teach her something are an exception.
She’s never seen a data set that wouldn’t look good in a spreadsheet, she notoriously stays up well past her bedtime, and she’s still waiting to noodle a catfish.
Her father named her after the KOTA Territory News journalist Gemma Lockhart. The author did not have any say in the matter, but eventually came to terms with having a “weird” name.
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