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Grief+Creativity Podcast

So glad you are interested in checking out the Grief + Creativity Podcast! I’m kind of a Scanner, so this series is a bit irregularly offered 🙂 But I will keep this list updated as new casts get posted, so you’ll always find the latest and greatest here. Thank you for listening and for the tips and cups of coffee you send. <3.

Artwork

You’ll find my artwork available online at Society6.

Limited items are available brick + mortar at The Vashon Center For The Arts giftshop on Vashon Island.

Books

We’ve got Grief + Creativity materials here in our in-house Shop just for you. We have both eBooks for purchase as well as free eBooks that even give you printing and distribution rights to share forward with your grief support groups. See each item for details.

Articles

Stained…

Sometimes looking at grief straight on is a difficult thing. I think the idea of objectivity is myth in the best of circumstance (because I don't see how we can ever be anything but subject to our own culture, education, environ, etc), but when you throw grief in the...

Grief+Creativity Podcast

So glad you are interested in checking out the Grief + Creativity Podcast! I'm kind of a Scanner, so this series is a bit irregularly offered 🙂 But I will keep this list updated as new casts get posted, so if you want to bookmark this page, it will be reliable way to...

Yes! I did work + study at Mister Rogers Neighborhood

I know it's really easy to make jokes about the pace and tone of the Neighborhood shows and materials they offer -- especially in a world today that is so fast paced and technology based. But I spent several years studying Fred Rogers' work and if you just take the...

What People Are Saying

“Kara’s contributions to a book I edited (They Were Still Born: Personal Stories of Stillbirth, Fall 2010, Rowman & Littlefield) about the connection of grief and creativity are inspiring. Her exuberant art and clear writing style make her a powerful voice in the field of pregnancy/infant loss.”

Janel Atlas

Editor + Author

“I have know Kara for some years now. We both are bereaved moms. She has always been a solid, loving, compassionate presence during my grief journey. Some years ago, I was honored to translate her book “Mrs. Duck and the Woman” to Spanish. Her loving soul radiates from everything she does.”

Carla Roel De Hoffmann

Author of "Cuando lo Inimaginable Sucede"

“Our mutual dedication to helping others navigate the “what’s next after loss” space brought Kara and I together. Her invitation for me to guest blog led me to spend significant time reading through her posts and getting to know her services. The creativity and hope she inspires through all the tools and insights she shares is so valuable.”

Tambre Leighn

Bringing 7th Level Wellbeing™ to Healthcare & Corporate America

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