SF Signal Welcomes Django Wexler!

SF Signal is pleased to welcome Django Wexler to the SF Signal team!

For those who don’t already know Django, here’s a little something about him:

Django Wexler graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh with degrees in creative writing and computer science, and worked for the university in artificial intelligence research. Eventually he migrated to Microsoft in Seattle, where he now lives with two cats and a teetering mountain of books. When not planning Shadow Campaigns, he wrangles computers, paints tiny soldiers, and plays games of all sorts. He is also the author of The Thousand Names.

Welcome to the team, Django! We’re ecstatic to have you on board. As a reader-turned-contributor with SF Signal, you are no doubt aware of our “Newbie brings bagels” rule. Well, it’s not so much as a rule as it is a desperate plea to re-introduce me to doughy, toroidal bliss. Even so, who am I to turn down free bagels?

Django will be doing a monthly column on anime called Lost in Animeland and maintaining the Lost in Animeland FAQ. Check out his first post here: Lost in Animeland! First Episodes, Fall 2013.

Please join me in welcoming Django to the SF Signal team!

15 thoughts on “SF Signal Welcomes Django Wexler!”

      1. I like the term bagel-shaped bread. I’ve been calling them Canadian bagels, since apparently the only place you can get real bagels in Canada is in Montreal. (Hence, the Canadians call the real ones ‘Montreal bagels’.)

  1. Welcome! I look forward to seeing your anime column; I’m always on the lookout for new recommendations for good stuff to watch. (Even if it pulls me away from my usual J-dramas and back into the animated stuff. :3)

  2. I’m late to the party, but Welcome! I’m looking forward to your Anime columns, since we ditched cable, Crunchyroll is our new channel of choice.

    you should feel extra special: your Anime column sparked my husband’s first ever comment on SFSignal.

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