I'm really excited to announce that I'm starting to do some local events this Spring season. I've had a difficult time writing this because I'm worried about my work not being good enough; the imposter syndrome so far has been incredibly real. I've had some really incredible things happening with my career recently and don't know how to handle doing well at things I'm truly passionate about.
I'm showing my work at Push/Pull's Black, White, and Re(a)d All Over from January 16th-February 17th. If you'd like to come to the opening, hopefully it won't be snowing, it's 6-9pm, Thursday, January 16th. I'll also be showing art at Push/Pull's Sanctus Ignotus which will be up starting February 20th; the opening is Thursday, February 20th, 6-9pm.
I've also been accepted to talk about Freaks, my book about disability representation in horror movies, at Lewis & Clark's Gender Studies Symposium in March. I will let everyone know when the schedule comes out!
Lastly, I received a scholarship to take a class on freelance writing at Richard Hugo House. My goal is that this class will help me in achieving a career that fits my capacity and access needs as a disabled, nonbinary, trans person.
In the next couple weeks, I'm going to start selling some art prints! For now, they'll just be for sale at Push/Pull while I work on building up my capacity. However, if you would like me to ship you a specific piece that you love, please message me and we can work something out.
If I epically fail, which my nervous system is trying to tell me might happen, I'd rather fail surrounded by loved ones. The next couple months are going to be a reallly stressful for me since I've been mostly housebound for the past couple of years.It would mean so much if you could come out to these events and support me. Or, better yet, buy my art!
Without further ado, here's my schedule for January-March! I will add more specific updates when I know more information.
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