A Big Change For Geek Gal is Coming!
Hello friends old and new! I’m updating to let you all know that I will pulling back from performing as Geek Girl for a temporary leave of absence starting in 2020. The reason: Grad School! I will be starting my degree through the university of Southern Mississippi in January of 2020. If the plan goes as…well…planned, I will have my Masters Degree in Library and Information Science by May of 2023. Maybe sooner.
What this means however is I will have far less time for lecturing while I am in school.
However, I will not be stopping all together. I will make a few appearances yearly. But for now, I will not be taking many new clients, and there will be limited bookings for the time I am in school.
This DOES mean I will be back at the lecture circuit as soon as my degree is finished. I realized it’s a long wait, but if you’d like to have me in the future please send me a message with the form below, and I will contact you as soon as I am done with school and ready to hit the lecture circuit again!
Thank you for your interest, and your patience while I embark on this new adventure. Geek Gal is not gone! She’s only taking a side trip for a little while!
Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe's dad took her to her first Star Trek convention as a child, sealing her future as a card carrying geek. A library associate with the Springfield city library, she tours around new England lecturing on various aspects of geek culture. She's performed for all sorts of venues from The Norman Rockwell Museum to the Massachusetts library association. She has also staffed many conventions, including a three year stint as head of guest relations at Anime Boston. She advises ignoring the dog park, thinks Bruce Banner is the best Avenger, and takes her tea earl gray and hot.
Sarah lectures on a variety of geek cultural topics. From panels for fans to professional panels on using geek culture in educational settings, she has something for every event. She has been touring and speaking for over 10 years.
Artwork by Bettina M. Kurkoski.