I’m closing commissions for July and August as I’ll be away at an artist’s residency in Rimbun Dahan. Will be resuming my series on reading and grief after! In the meantime, I’ll be sharing some updates via social media and also on my newsletter – … Continue reading closed for commissions + newsletter revival
This is Part Two of a short series of posts on grief and reading. Here, I highlight two out of the six books that helped me work through the initial shock of my brother’s death. I’m writing about them in the order I finished reading them. You … Continue reading Reading Keeps Me Alive: Spoils i
I remember writing, “I read to write better,” a few times when talking about books. This is true but it’s also a cop-out. So that I won’t have to tell you how, when everything falls apart and the body crumbles under not knowing how to go … Continue reading Reading Keeps Me Alive
“It’s okay. I’m doing okay, don’t worry about me.” We sat at the coffee table on the floor of grandpa’s house, a place that has ceased to be a family home for about a decade now. Aspects of friends and family flickered about in fragments … Continue reading What’s the moon without the sun?
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Catharsis ? ? ? ? ? ? Text ? Did you ever stay in bed six months exposed to the sun? The foreign bodies must really think I would be an excellent you. ? You knew that that was…
On Monday I got a call from Melissa about a family of stray cats that she had just picked up from a temple. She runs an Animal Taxi service here and was on her way to drop them off at a shelter – someone had … Continue reading Quest for cat
My other favorite thing to do anually, a review of the year’s sketchbooks! I usually do this on my Instagram but since we’re all about new traditions now, I’ve moved it onto here. I went into 2016 with my black Moleskine from the year before. In it … Continue reading the annual sketchbook thing, 2016