About the Authors

Bad Books, Good Times is run by two former English majors who went to college together. They met at a summer program for creative writing while in high school because they were pretty cool kids.

Pictured here: cool kids

Pictured here: cool kids

Here is a little more about them.



Ariel studied English and Creative Writing during her undergrad years, but then she got a Masters in Information Systems and Technology, as you do. She now lives in London with her husband working with data by day and bad books by night.

Aside from reading bad books, she mostly watches television and develops deep attachments to fictional characters. She loves burritos, wine, and video games.

Ariel posts on the blog on Mondays and Thursdays.

Twitter: @22aer22
Tumblr: This Girl Loves


feb 2015 crop

Matthew studied English and Biology in college, was an arts and entertainment intern at NPR, and now does editorial work at a medical communications company in New York. He has also previously written about art and culture for NPR and Kill Screen.

He also reads too many books at the same time, is debatably too obsessed with The Mountain Goats, and owns four ukuleles.

Matthew posts on the blog on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Twitter: @mattjuliusyeah
Portfolio: Matthew Weddig
Goodreads: Matthew spiffymcpntsmn
Soundcloud: Murderers or Nuns
Steam: matthewjulius

2 Responses “About the Authors” →
  1. Are we going to get to read your thesis? I would love if you post them!



  2. Honey

    July 9, 2015

    I don’t know where to post this (and also, apologies for my lack of the most serious of news website): trailer Goosebumps movie starring Jack Black!



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