Miriam Eric Suzanne

the future

Code Patterns for Pattern-Making

Clarity Conference speaker conference

Riding SideSaddle*

A novel of mythology, memory, and bodies that resist order or categorization published on 250 interchangeable note cards.


Michigan Quarterly Review: On Riding SideSaddle*

Ryo Yamaguchi

Colorado Music Buzz: Eric Suzanne Drops Non-Linear Novel...

Tim Wenger

Media Archeology Lab: Ideas, Process, Obsolescence, and the Iterative

Mél Hogan

Boulder Writers Workshop: Collaboration, Queer Art, and the Multi-Media Novel

Richard Wall


10 Myths on the Proper Application of Beauty Products

The play makes us think about the dizzying variety of possible physical variations to human genitalia and their spiritual and psychological consequences; the usual categories of "male" and "female" are just too simplistic. Juliet Wittman, Westword
Definitely a production worth writing about, talking about, and going to see. Berlin Sylvestre, Out Front
An oddly satisfying dark comedy, a meditation on bodies, humanity, love and loss. Joanne Ostrow, The Denver Post
The soul of the piece lies in the gender-blending love and acceptance that flows like water through these relationships. Tracy Shaffer, Huffington Post

Jump Start Sass

This is hands down the best book on Sass if you want to learn the most important parts of the Sass language that will help you architect a good application. Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent, SitePoint

Teacup Gorilla

I was just digging everything, and didn't want the night to be over. Sam O’Daniel, Your Older Brother
The Holes They Leave occupies a middle place that immediately brings solace to the weary ear. Darren Thornberry, Stubborn Sounds
One of the most ambitious projects that has come across our desk recently. Tim Wenger, Colorado Music Buzz


If you’re interested in reading Sass poetry, be sure to look at Susy’s source code! Hugo Giraudel, SitePoint

Into The Green Green Mud

This virtuoso creation by a talented young poet, writer, artist, typographer, programmer, and musician is a taste of things to come as new generations of digital media and code literate creators come of age. Leonardo Flores, I ♥ E-Poetry

The Post-Obsolete Book

I was impressed by the purest form of outrageous creation. Judy Rose, Boulder Writer’s Workshop

Dirt Circle Dogs

Eisenstat sings that there is “No voice on the radio,” and perhaps, for now, that’s true. Kingdom, though, is certainly worth a private listen at home. Cat Carroll, Onion AV Club

Hello and Goodbye

Rarely does one encounter a production undertaken with such a tremendous amount of care and consideration. Jack Walton, South Bend Tribune