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February 08 2018

Literary Witches: An Illustrated Celebration of Trailblazing Women Writers Who Have Enchanted and Transformed the World

February 07 2018

Thoreau on Knowing vs. Seeing and What It Takes to Apprehend Reality Unblinded by Our Preconceptions

February 06 2018

Eleven Kinds of Blue: Werner’s Pioneering 19th-Century Nomenclature of the Colors, Beloved by Darwin

February 05 2018

Conversations with the Earth: Geologist Hans Cloos on the Complementarity of Art and Science in Illuminating the Splendor of Nature and Reality
I Am Loved: Nikki Giovanni’s Poems for Kids, Selected and Illustrated by Beloved 94-Year-Old Artist Ashley Bryan

February 01 2018

Nobel-Winning Physicist Niels Bohr on Subjective vs. Objective Reality and the Uses of Religion in a Secular World

January 30 2018

Ursula K. Le Guin on Art, Storytelling, and the Power of Language to Transform and Redeem

January 29 2018

“A Wrinkle in Time” Author Madeleine L’Engle on Self-Consciousness and the Wellspring of Creativity

January 24 2018

Ursula K. Le Guin on “Spare Time,” What It Means to Be a Working Artist, and the Vital Difference Between Being Busy with Doing and Being Occupied with Living
Walt Whitman on the Splendor of Winter Beaches and How Art Imbues Life’s Bleakest Moments with Beauty

January 23 2018

If Apples Had Teeth: Shirley and Milton Glaser’s Lovely Vintage Children’s Book About Questioning the Way Things Are

January 22 2018

Writing and the Threshold Life: Jane Hirshfield on How the Liminal Liberates Us from the Prison of the Self

January 18 2018

T.S. Eliot on Writing: His Warm and Wry Letter of Advice to a Sixteen-Year-Old Girl Aspiring to Become a Writer

January 16 2018

Freedom, Responsibility, and Human Values: Mathematician Lillian Lieber on How the Greatest Creative Revolution in Mathematics Illuminates the Core Ideals of Social Justice and Democracy

January 15 2018

The Building Blocks of Personhood: Oliver Sacks on Narrative as the Pillar of Identity

January 11 2018

W.H. Auden on the Political Power of Art and the Crucial Difference Between Party Issues and Revolutionary Issues

January 10 2018

Walking as Creative Fuel: A Splendid 1913 Celebration of How Solitary Walks Enliven “The Country of the Mind”

January 09 2018

Blob: An Irreverent and Insightful Modern Fable About Beauty, Ugliness, the Paths to Acceptance, and How Admiration Hijacks Our Sense of Self

December 31 2017

September 20 2017

thank you

I did not mean to make anyone worry with the comic I posted last night! It’s a relief to find ways to express my feelings where I don’t have to pretend to have it all together all the time, and comics are the best way I know how to do that. Thanks for listening, thanks for sticking with me this far, and thanks especially to everyone who reached out with messages of support. It really means a lot.

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