+ 9/26: Ann Arbor book tour stop with Randall Munroe of xkcd
+ 10/1: Chicago book tour stop with Randall Munroe of xkcd
+ 10/10: NYC show
+ 10/11: NYC show
+ 10/14: San Francisco show
+ 10/16: Austin show
+ 11/22: Ann Arbor Library talk
+ 12/8: Philly show
+ 12/9: Boston show
+ 12/11: Washington DC show
+ 12/13 NYC show 
+ 12/13 NYC show (sold out)
+ 12/14: NYC show (sold out)
+ 12/15: Pittsburgh show
+ 12/16: Pittsburgh show
+ 1/22:
San Diego show
+ 1/24: Salt Lake City show
+ 2/17: TEDx University of Michigan
+ 2/23 Detroit show
+ 2/24 Minneapolis show
+ 2/25 Bloomington show
+ 2/26 Chicago show
+ 3/4 Atlanta show
+ 3/5 Nashville show

+ 4/6 Woodstock, NY show
+ 4/19 Portland show
+ 4/20 Seattle show
+ 4/21 Vancouver show
+ 4/22 Montreal show
+ 4/23 Toronto show

+ 5/19 Wikimedia Hackathon
+ 6/5 re:publica conference

A bunch of Wikipedia-themed shows!

+ Newsletter (sent out monthly/whenever I feel like it)

press, helpful links, etc︎︎︎

I started @depthsofwikipedia on Instagram amidst quarantine boredom and people seemed to really like it. Now it’s also on TikTok and Twitter and has been featured in:

+New York Times: “Want to See the Weirdest of Wikipedia? Look No Further.” 3/31/2022
+New Yorker: “Wikipedia, in the flesh” 4/18/2022
+The Guardian: “Mining for gold in the Depths of Wikipedia.” 4/20/2022
+NPR : “You can find anything on Wikipedia — even the weird and wacky.” 5/1/2022
+Cultured Magazine: “Depths of Wikipedia’s Annie Rauwerda is Winning the Information War.” 1/26/2023
+NPR: “Wikipedia’s race to cover the queen’s death” 9/14/2022.
+Mozilla Blog: “The Depths of Wikipedia creator on finding the goofy corners of the web.” 3/10/2023
+Gizmodo: “Instagram memers are performing sold out live shows.” 2/3/2023
+Vice : “I look for the weirdest and wildest things on Wikipedia. Here’s what I’ve learned.” 1/13/2022
+ABC News: “The bizarre and wonderful depths of Wikipedia.” 8/31/2022
+Bustle: “This 23-year-old finds Wikipedia’s weirdest articles” 1/26/2023
+Nashville Scene: “Annie Rauwerda is obsessed with accessible information.” 2/28/2023
+Buzzfeed Video Creator Spotlight: “Weird Wikipedia Facts”
+Gizmodo: “Instagram memers are performing sold out live shows.” 2/3/2023
+The Stranger: “The Joy of crowd-sourced trivia.” 8/12/2022
+Mashable: “Travel down a Wikipedia rabbit hole with the mastermind behind Depths of Wikipedia on Instagram” 10/24/2021
+Wikimedia Diff : “From the Depths of Wikipedia: an interview with Wikimedian and influencer Annie Rauwerda” 12/7/2021

+Forbes: “The Weirdest Entries on Wikipedia. Creator Spotlight: @depthsofwikipedia.” 5/31/2021
+ i-D : “This account dug up the weirdest things on Wikipedia.” 3/16/2021
+Inside Hook : “How one Instagram account finds the weirdest stuff on Wikipedia”
+Lithium Magazine : “The viral Instagram page diving into the depths of Wikipedia”

+Mentioned in New York Times Cooking, New York Times Styles, Smithsonian Magazine, Eater, Vox
+Stats from Wikipedia edit-a-thon 

Here are some of the podcasts that have invited me to chat: 

+ Reply All
+ NPR Michigan
+ NPR Lansing WKAR
+ Yeah But Still
+ Lateral with Tom Scott
+ New Books Network
+ Punch Up the Jam
+ Follow Friday
+ KQED Forum
+ The World According to Wikipedia
+ Hacker Noon
+ Popular Science “The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week”

+ Why is this not a movie? The Erfurt Latrine Disaster