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Interview in the Washington Post for World Oceans Day

I  was interviewed by Michael Cavna yesterday for the Washington Post for World Oceans Day. Michael Cavna is a cartoonist and Comic Riffs columnist, so it was great to be asked questions by someone who knows his stuff. 

You can read the article here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2017/06/08/on-world-oceans-day-the-arctic-circle-artist-explains-how-her-comic-takes-on-climate-change

Does Anyone Write Letters Anymore?

It is great to get real letters

Coincidentally, on the day this comic appeared in newspapers, I had written and sent off a series of postcards to my sister and her family in London. We don’t write letters to each other very often, but we are fans of postcards, which are far nicer to receive than a post on Instagram, or Facebook.
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Ribadesella, Spain and Ceramic Cartoon Art

 

We are back from a trip to Asturias (the boyf likes to fly fish, I like to surf and Billie likes sleeping with us in our tent) and we loved it as much as the first time we went, last year.

Billie loves the tent

On Monday, we checked out the seaside town of Ribadesella. It was a beautiful spot, with an estuarine river that loops inside the old town and around the newer part, with its mansions built with the riches brought back from the colonies in the Americas in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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