Category Archives: collaboration

creation which is the result of working with others, students, mentors or partners

Author Rick Wood: A Conversation

When I was taking a break from the blog for a bit this year to focus on some writing opportunities, several things happened in my little world. One of them was that I got to know a fellow named Rick … Continue reading

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Back to the Felting Table, Part Two

I shared a week or so ago about my introduction to feltmaking and how my desire to make felt for my own explorations ultimately led to my quitting the pincushion business. In the meantime, though, as I explored tools and … Continue reading

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Grateful: My own place

This may be a silly little thing to be grateful for, but it feels big to me as we shift our lives and perspectives to be ready to welcome my mother in law into our home when it’s time. I’ve … Continue reading

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Cover design process for Heartwood: a personal woodcarver’s reference

Heartwood: a personal woodcarver’s reference  is the first book in the Homeostasis Press catalog which was solely my responsibility. Our Dad, Ted Merrill, as patriarchal publisher, had a say in all the other books, even Lessons from Pond Scum, published … Continue reading

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It’s a Cover Reveal! The latest from Homeostasis Press

My father’s last book is finally making its way into the world. This work had its start in the 1970s when our family moved to Vermont and Ted Merrill had access to an abundant supply of local hardwoods for the … Continue reading

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