It takes work to put your heart into everything you do, but Sarah Mirk is proof it's worth it. In this episode, Sarah gives insights into what it was like reporting first hand from the Portland protests last summer, as well as things like why zines are an effective tool for change, and how she loves to collaborate on projects. Specifically, we dove into the process for her collaborative non-fiction graphic novel, Guantanamo Voices.
Today's adventure memoir is Mud, Rocks, Blazes: Letting Go on the Appalachian Trail by Heather Anish Anderson.
Guest: Sarah Mirk, @sarahmirk or www.mirkwork.com
Host: Rose Comics Turner, @rotucomics or www.patreon.com/rotu
Show: Journeys Through Art, @journeysthroughart , email us at [email protected]
Producer: Colin J. Mason, @beardybaldguy or www.mirandumpictures.com
Music: The Mailboxes, @themailboxes or www.ilovethemailboxes.com , or wherever you stream or buy your music.