Kai Wodicka lives in Seattle and writes stories about places that may or may not exist; he's yet to be convinced either way. He doesn't think existence is necessarily the same as physical reality, even if the one can put some constraints on the other.
When he's not making his own worlds, he's often exploring the ones made by other people, whether by reading about them or just going for a walk to see what he can find. He dabbles in software when the words would be more interesting moving around on the page and writes puzzles when he wants to hide what exists in the shape of what doesn't. The same sorts of inversions - that is, using software and solving puzzles - hold true.