In the Wilds of an Open Soil with Writer Merlin Sheldrake

Merlin’s poetic prose is so visual in the writing that many parts reminded me of a graphic novel.

Sep 09, 2020
Give and Bake

If the muffins had been good, we’d have eaten them and gone to bed. But the story of their catastrophic badness: that, we could forever savor.

Aug 10, 2020
Drawing Grief

The creative release felt familiar. The soreness, the tenderness, making up new words for a new reality.

Jun 11, 2020
An Agnostic’s Longing: A Comic

We’ve listed the names we get called and the names we call ourselves. Some feel true. Others give us aches.

For the Love of Nooks: A Comic

I spent a lot of time in my nook, tucked away and dreaming.

Nov 07, 2018
What Haunted Maurice Sendak?: A Comic

“I mean, the life of a child! What they see and what they hear, and what they choose not to discuss.”

Oct 24, 2018
The Place We Once Called Home: A Comic

How do you mourn someone who is still alive, who might as well be a stranger now?

Sep 12, 2018
Say It with Noodles: On Learning to Speak the Language of Food

I have forgotten how to speak two languages. But I have learned this one.

Feb 27, 2018
When We Were Whole: A Comic About Us

“Once upon a time, a civilization lived.”

Dec 05, 2016