I write scientific nonfiction and hard science fiction at scientifictales.com. I play with poetry and sometimes write my own attempts down, although I'm as likely to just say to my husband 'Would you like to hear the poem I just made? It isn't all terrible.' (Teenaged me would be shocked.) I write various kinds of physics course notes and can talk for longer than you might expect about why nothing in science is exact and exactness isn't even a useful goal. I write long awkward prayers and notes for roleplaying games and letters to people who don't exist. If I ever finish writing my PhD thesis (about how people approach the maths of quantum mechanics from a cognitive science/education perspective, if you were wondering) I think I might like to write a book about physics for people who aren't trying to be scientists. But the future is a strange and mutable thing; by the time you're reading this, it may not even be true any more.
(Last updated April 2018)