Jericha is an interdisciplinary artist and arts administrator based in San Francisco, where she runs The Museum of Joy, an inside-out museum dedicated to fostering the exploration and celebration of joyous experience.

It’s Ekphrastic, So Fantastic

Ekphrastic works give us new ways of seeing (or hearing, or feeling) a work of art we may have not known about, or cared about, or noticed.

Read A Classic: Portnoy’s Complaint

Book: Portnoy’s Complaint by Philip Roth Year Published: 1967 First lines: “She was so deeply imbedded in my consciousness that for the first year of school I seem to have believed […]

Review: Longbourn by Jo Baker

Book: Longbourn Author: Jo Baker Published: Doubleday 2013 First line: “There could be no wearing of clothes without their laundering, just as surely as there could be no going without […]

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