Honey Constant talks beading, indigenous archaeology, and sharing her voice with others.… Read More An Interview with Honey Constant: Plains Cree Archaeologist, Plains Cree Maker
A hyperbolic and poetic celebration of the indefinability of the self is followed by a more metric-based exploration of confidence.… Read More you are your own storm // poetry Tuesday + reflections on confidence
Still grateful for that sunny, wild October day in 2016 when I scrambled along the spine of Dundonnell’s jewel and one of Britain’s finest ridges: An Teallach. … Read More howling for precipices
I’m trying to learn this formatting thing/how to do poetry on the internet thing. I tend to feel a little self-conscious and pretentious–like, would I like a triple-brewed beverage and a side of thrifted clothing with my poetry–but that’s okay. Also, I love thrift stores. Here’s the original, non-photo formatting of this poem: blink we… Read More or else you’ll miss us
Birds are a gateway into the everyday lives of ecosystems. Join me as I talk with Robert Rear about conservation, photography, and gatherings of eagles.… Read More chasing birds: thoughts on conservation, photography, and the lives of eagles with Robert Rear
Today I’m proud to feature a few of Shetlander Ryan Leith‘s photos of his home. These striking images give you an idea of just how powerful and relentless the North Sea is–especially when the waves are juxtaposed against towering stone stacks of over one hundred feet in height. Please click on any of the photos… Read More Shetland, Sea and Stone
The day after Christmas seems like a suitable time to change up the normal routine and share the start of a small story. More to come in future weeks and in the February zine. <3 Tell me about your favorite childhood fairy tale.
My childhood best friend just so happens to be my favourite photographer. This is only a taste of her photo series from her trip through Iceland (more to come in Circumspectacle’s February zine). Haunting, atmospheric, evocative–these words fall short. Check out her photography at rebekahdepretis.com and follow her work on Instagram.