Greetings, traveler! I am known as Avery, but I have many names. I’m twenty-four years old and I have a deep passion for a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to:

  • writing
  • linguistics
  • music
  • biology
  • agriculture
  • human nature
  • philosophy
  • learning
  • flow arts
  • media analysis

Here at Resonant Echo, I write about whatever I want, more often than not presented in stream-of-consciousness form. If you’re looking for well-researched, or hell, even well-thought-out entries, this is seldom (but not never) where you will find them. As the title suggests, I am merely sounding a bell in the corner of this world wide web and seeing how far the resonance happens to reach. If you’re reading this, congratulations. You’re the echo.

I live in western Massachusetts with my husband/platonic nesting partner Nico and our cat Holly, where we are hoping to plant roots over the next few years. At the moment, we live in an apartment and I am studying Geography in pursuit of a Master’s in Geographic Information Systems.

If I’m doing anything at all, I’m probably watching YouTube, listening to music, journaling, drawing, studying German, taking a walk, or talking to and spending time with the many important people in my life. Alongside blogging, I also write a fair amount of fictional short stories, personal poetry, and have written a novel that hopefully will turn into a trilogy someday. I promise you, a lot more thought went into that than goes into these entries.

To get in touch with me, you may use the form on my contact page!