An interview with Rigel Stuhmiller
"No handmade print is perfect. The errors usually add interest to the artwork and give it a lot of character."
An interview with Kathy Rooney
"I had strong creative urges at an early age. When I was about nine years old I drew a landscape using hand-picked stones on a slate sidewalk section in front of my house—a process that took all day."
An interview with Michelle Leveille
"I simply like the label, 'creative process.' It's a juxtaposition of terms. When you're creative, you're using the spontaneous, energetic, boundless part of your spirit."
An interview with Michael Lotenero
" I think the things that make us uncomfortable or touch an area that seems unsettled are the things that we connect with on a deeper level. Everything else is just the noise that we all push through to make our lives seem normal and comfortable."
Exploitation vs. Documentation
An interview with Mardi Jo Link, winner of Creative Nonfiction's "Anger & Revenge" Essay Contest