After the Election, Some Women Assert Themselves with Small Gestures
New York Times reporter Katie Rogers interviewed me about my holiday card and how it addressed, in some small way, the results of the 2016 election. This piece includes the narratives of other women making similar gestures toward resistance.
The Most Creative Signs from the Protests in Berkeley, San Francisco
It was a busy weekend of protests against alt-right meetups in the Bay Area that weekend. My daughter and I dressed up and carried a sign that said ‘Princess VS Nazis’. Chosen as one of 24 most creative signs from the protests that weekend by Alix Martichoux.
Masked counterprotestors violently drive out right-wing demonstrators at Berkeley rally
My daughter and I appear, in the midst of this hysterical article, to be having a great time in our anti-Nazi princess dresses. Photo by Jim Wilson.
Photos: With a day of rallies, Berkeley stood united against bigotry
Another Nazi-fighting princess picture!
What Every Woman Can Learn From the Birth Without Fear Conference (Babble.com)
Interviewed by Aela Mass for Babble.com. We talk about the inaugural Birth Without Fear conference in Arlington, TX, which I helped to organize and where I presented a talk on postpartum care. October 12th, 2013.
The Formation of a Tangible Trail of Nostalgia (The Link Newspaper)
Caitlin Leroux wrote about HEIR/LOOMS, an exhibition on which I worked as a curatorial consultant, for The Link newspaper. Curated by Nicole Dawkins at Studio Béluga, the show explored the connections between textile, work, and memory. August 30th, 2011.
Happy Ending (Feast of Music)
Peter Matthews reviewed the project to which I contributed for Pop Montréal, a set of art and installationsorganized by Artist Bloc for Charles Spearin's award-winning album The Happiness Project(Arts & Crafts). A photo of the piece I contributed is included. October 4th, 2009.