Overlooked No More: Elizabeth Wagner Reed
|https://www.nytimes.com/2023/04/22/obituaries/elizabeth-wagner-reed-overlooked.html|Overlooked No More: Elizabeth Wagner Reed, Who Resurrected Legacies of Women in Science
Reed made several discoveries in genetics and dedicated her career toward supporting women scientists. Yet she herself fell into obscurity.|
Shooting Coyotes is a Short-Term Solution
Real Coexistence Starts with Changing Human Behavior
Transforming the Decorative into Dissent
Just before receiving residential treatment for OCD, Rachel May found that she couldn’t write, and used quilting and embroidery to express her feelings instead. Her chosen medium, she reveals, was like that of the quiet revolutionaries who, incarcerated and classified as ‘lunatics’, spoke their truth with embroidery needles.
Interview with Kim Todd: Who Created Creative Nonfiction
'The Good of the Whole': Talking Weaving, Coding, and Indigenous Scholarship with Rhiannon Sorrell
Why the neat-freak OCD stereotype hurts people with the disorder
Public Thinker: Chawne Kimber on Constructing Quilts & Speaking History
Let's Talk About Bruno: In Encanto's OCD Allegory, the Weird Brother Deserves Better
Here's why scientists are studying Maine's coastline
|National Geographic: Here's why scientists are studying Maine's coastline
Mycelium, essay & photos in Guernica Magazine
named a Notable Essay in Best American Science & Nature Writing, 2022, ed. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson
"Pets are helping us cope..." National Geographic
Navigating Solo with a Terrible Sense of Direction, Outside Online
Parents Magazine Single Parent Budgeting Tips
The Triumphant Quilts of Rosie Lee Tompkins
Camping with a Toddler Isn't Easy, but I Promise It's Worth It, Conde Nast Traveler
The T List, New York Times' T Magazine Newsletter, Toyin Ojih Odutola
"Theresa Chromati's Vivid Prints at the Delaware Contemporary," The T List, New York Times
"Love is not a Tally Sheet," The New York Times
"Piecing Together the Lives of Enslaved Americans," LitHub
Assay, A Journal of Nonfiction Studies
Review of Goodbye, Sweet Girl, by Kelly Sundberg
The Volta: Evening Will Come
"My Hand a Needle: A Stitched Statement"
Sewing is Writing is Body is Sewing Roundtable, Naropa University
Something on Paper, Issue 3, 2016
Roundtable organized by the author on the theme, "Sewing is Writing is Body is Sewing," exploring connections between making and writing. Invited participants included Jan Johnson, Jen Hofer, Jill Magi, and Elena Berriolo. Presented at the Jack Kerouac School for Disembodied Poetics Conference, October 2014.
Interview with John Yau in Los Angeles Review of Books
Published Oct. 27, 2013. John Yau talks about his recent collection of poetry, Further Adventures in Monochrome, and his life as art critic and writer.
1913: A Journal of Forms / sewing + writing
"Very Quiet," an excerpt from The Vermont Studio Center Experiments: A Legend in Words & Pictures
New Delta Review / sewing and writing
"Shapes Like Leaves," an excerpt from The Vermont Studio Center Experiments: A Legend in Words and Pictures.
Word for Word / sewing + writing
An excerpt from The Vermont Studio Center Experiments: A Legend in Words and Pictures
My sewn images accompany poetry by Ariella Ruth