Immigrant Yarn Project at Fort Point May 7, 2019

The Immigrant Yarn Project at Fort Point When Cindy Weil envisioned a colossal yarn bombing of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park during the early … Read more

Marin MOCA 10th Annual Altered Book Exhibition April 28, 2019

Life is good when you live in Northern California and keep your attention on beauty Yesterday, my friend and collaborator, Paulette Traverso, won second … Read more

Paralysis Passes February 6, 2017

The five classic stages of grief do not name ‘paralysis’ but that’s the how I describe my initial response the the United States presidential … Read more

Why #WearWhiteToVote? November 8, 2016

Memory can be a fickle beast. I have even heard of Holocaust denialists. I do not believe that we are in danger of forgetting … Read more

#TruthIsBeauty ≠ #Controversy October 28, 2016

The intersection of women’s bodies and politics has entered the news again. This time, a recent addition to the San Francisco Bay Area’s holdings of public … Read more

Super Fans & Emotional Agility October 25, 2016

It looks like the crowdfunding at Kickstarter has leveled off and I may not reach the $24,000 goal this time. Not to worry! The world … Read more

“What a great idea!” October 21, 2016

That’s a direct quote from an early backer, Sunny Bates. If only the Enchanted Book had a monetary backer for every time I have heard … Read more

Enchanted Books in Minecraft October 20, 2016

Little did I know that I would be competing with Minecraft, the online game that is sometimes called virtual LEGO. The “Enchanted Book” was … Read more

iPad to IoT October 18, 2016

Around the time I was reading David Rose’s book, Enchanted Objects, the Apple Watch was released and the Internet of Things (IoT) was on … Read more

The Printing Press Is Not Dead October 17, 2016

Last night I saw Berkeley Rep’s truly brilliant adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ 1935 novel, It Can’t Happen Here. It was eerily pertinent to the current … Read more