My own writing:
NOT Writing About Writing- Another blog I write on the regular. Thoughts too long for my Facebook navel gazing and not not write-y enough for here.
Grounded Parents (Retired)- I no longer write for this blog, but there are several articles there from when I did.
Jay Henge Publishing- (and Twitter) A small-time publisher/editor who just wants to do their tiny part in getting eyes on talented writers and maybe can't pay all that much (but at least a little), and does her best to maintain high quality so that that foot-in-the-door-previously-published-in-blah-anthology tag is actually beneficial. [Also the one place I have something "traditionally" published.]
Giant If- A great webcomic that I'm proud to be a patron of.
Bango Films / The Grey Area- Two horror film projects by Comika Hartford (Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/comika)
KarinWertheim.com- SF/Bay Area massage therapy
Laurel Grey Artistry When the time comes, they're going to do the cover art on my book!
The Art of Karen Luk
Fractalierre Fractal artistry
Holly Nelson Artist Page- intricate, richly coloured painting
loosetooth.com- reclaim drawing as your best thinking tool
Pop Culture Confessions Podcast- A podcast about movies that everybody was supposed to have seen by now. (And I'm actually a guest in one of the episodes! Misery)
9 to Thrive- A podcast and blog about work, community, and creativity
Fen Druadìn's Blog- In Which I Say All The Things I Used To Be Afraid To Say
The Internet Meme Demolition Derby- Where Metaphor and Simile collide headlong for our amusement (by Lou Doench)
Heinous Dealings- A blog about all things SJW by an ex-Muslim who majored in philosophy (by Heina Dadabhoy)
James Fell- Everything from fitness to social justice to motivation to rants about dark chocolate and why MLMs suck and how Costco is a hellscape.
Theartfulscientist- Awesome queer insect art that has to be seen to be believed
Sea Gift Jewelry- Sea glass jewelry from the California coast
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