Being Geek Chic is a blog for stylish geeks, sophisticated nerds and people who enjoy the musings of a complete dork.
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Being Geek Chic is written and edited by Elizabeth Giorgi, a writer and filmmaker from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on Twitter @lizgiorgi
Let me switch out of third person mode to get real with you for one second: I am always looking for people to partner and create with, so don’t ever be afraid to drop me a line. A girl’s gotta work.
Emma Bauer is Being Geek Chic’s official intern and Lady Geek contributor. Clearly, she’s got great taste.
She is a PR enthusiast, history scholar, tea drinker, fashion devotee, and of course, aspires to Be Geek Chic.
She currently writes the Lady Geek of the Week column and is always looking for more lovely women to feature. Have a recommendation? Email her at email@example.com with your recommendations and kind greetings. Maybe ask her about her favorite Bob Dylan song. (Hint: she’s not so keen on the newer tracks.)
You can also follow her on twitter @emmalynnbauer
Emma Carew Grovum is the certified food contributor to Being Geek Chic.
When she’s not attending midnight premieres or looking for Nerd Recipe ideas, she is a data journalist at the Chronicle of Philanthropy in Washington, D.C.
She previously worked as the Digital Editor for The Cooking Club of America and blogs at kitchendreamer.blogspot.com
On top of being an internet food wunderkind, Emma loves Star Wars, pandas and all things Joss Whedon.
Find her on twitter at @emmacarew.
The blog celebrates (in no particular order):
The Hunger Games
Game of Thrones
Crafting & DIY
Books in general
Movies in general
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