You have reached the fairly uninformative personal website of Lillian Karabaic.
AnomaLily lives in Portland, Oregon where she fills her life with economics homework and rides her bicycle often. She drinks a great deal of tea and dark beer and enjoys geeking out about transportation policy.
You might know her as the short girl that spoke at the class you took to get out of a traffic ticket or taught at your workplace about bike commuting when she used to work for the Bicycle Transportation Alliance. She has also worked to improve conditions for walking in the Portland region as a part of Oregon Walks and as an bicycle & pedestrian policy intern for Congressman Earl Blumenauer.
She currently works as the Zine Librarian at the Independent Publishing Resource Center. Yes, that’s her real job title.
You may know her as ride leader and board member with Cycle Wild, a small non-profit which seeks to reconnect people with nature via the bicycle by leading free bike camping trips around the Portland rideshed.
She serves breakfast and coffee to bike commuters on the Hawthorne bridge every last Friday of the month from 7AM to 9AM as part of Breakfast on the Bridges. Occasionally in superhero garb.
She has participated in two Project 365s, where she takes a self-portrait of herself every day for a year. While it has increased her photography skills slightly, mostly it has made her capable of making a fool of herself in public with no regrets, as seen here:
She also really likes train stations.