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VOL. 3, NO. 4
This issue features an artist discovering the power in their voice, the humbling process of crafting a violin, a preservationist couple who turned to storytelling to connect with their community, lessons learned in building a yurt at North House Folk School, perspectives in addressing our egos in travel, recipes using local cranberries, honeynut squash, and traditionally unused parts of vegetables for a savory broth. There’s immense possibility in these pages - read about artists, farmers, business owners, and so many more inspiring individuals. Order yours to support independent publishing!
COVER ARTIST INTERVIEW: Julie Benda
A conversation about creativity and process and identity with this issue’s cover illustrator.
STORY: Ely Historic Rehab
An immersive story featuring a preservationist couple who connects to their community through storytelling.
Essay: Yurt Building on lake superior
With dreams of transforming their farmstay, they set out to build a yurt at North House Folk School.
The Rest of the QUOTES: Featured Makers, Artists, Farmers, & Creatives
We’re so proud to publish the stories of these wonderful folk!