Making at the End of the World

A world that is hostile—because it is too hot, or too racist, or too authoritarian, too misogynist, or too neglectful of your community’s health crisis—is a world that is at least indifferent if not antagonistic to your making.

MaMaWriMo?

It’s hard to wake up earlier in the morning to write when small people are already demanding breakfast at 5am.

“I often ask my daughter what color I should use on something or ask her what she thinks about one of my painting ideas.” Featured Artist: Emily Reid

This week  we’re featuring painter Emily Reid. Emily studied art in Florence, SC, Bozeman, MT, and Sydney, Australia. Her work features a strong sense of color, and a connection to animals and our natural world.  Emily says that she also hopes to help connect humans to their animal spirits and to their creative spirit through my art…