THE BIG PAUSE (Part One)
In the week leading up to Easter 2020, I began making sketches for a graphic short story about the corona crisis. The goal was to document and use scenes from the corona crisis, to create a narrative that can provide a picture of how the crisis affects people physically, mentally and socially—but also about small nice moments of smiles and unexpected conversations with others.
The project is still under development.
Line Maj Skuldbøl
To see more of Line Maj's work, visit her website.
Three visually inspired and inspiring books in a beautiful 6.5" square format.
Andrea Clark Libin
Orphan of the Moon
Notebook of a Girl in a Moscow Station
Ninso John High
Without Dragons Even the Emperor Would Be Lonely
Ensos, Parables & Koans
Fall Readings (dates TBA) | Past Readings (video)
Poetry, Parables, The Inanimate: Ensos & Koans & Meditation in the Time of Quarantine and Social Injustice. Ninso John High with Omotara James, Uche Nduka, Andrea Libin and Christopher Sawyer-Lauçanno.
Collage, Postcard Stories, & Cutups: A Conversation with Andrea Clark Libin, Doretta Lau, and Maya Bushell on Libin’s hybrid novella, Orphan of the Moon.
I have a question for you. A mother / daughter conversation about writing. Michelle Murphy and Grace Murphy.
Andrea Clark Libin reading from, Orphan of the Moon. “A living, breathing, hybrid work unlike anything I've ever read—an orphan's notebook exhumed from the Moscow station and entrusted to your own red heart.” —Karen Russell
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