Caperton is a 30-some-odd marketing, advertising, and feature writer living in the Deep South. She currently lives in sin with her atheist/Buddhist boyfriend and their two dogs–one of which she likes–and works at a small-to-midsize university that shall remain nameless so as to avoid associating their good name with her personal activities. Because free time is overrated and shoes are awesome, she also freelances in writing, marketing, and Web design for reasonable rates (inquire within).
Caperton is a refugee of a major fashion-industry publication and still suffers from Stockholm syndrome. She’s a devotee of the Oxford comma and unequivocally condemns the recent AP Style ruling on “website.” Other devotions include the dog she likes, advertising, sarcasm as art, family, singing along, purple nail polish, extended metaphor, University of Georgia football, tank tops, personal agency, the First Amendment, the scientific method, open source, Blenheim ginger ale, and feminism.
You also may know Caperton from her personal blog, Practically Harmless, but probably not, because if you read it you’d certainly be commenting, like, all the time. Send her love at harmless04 [at] gmail [dot] com.