Hannah Batley thought she was lost, slipping off into the margins, and then events suggested otherwise.
Malcolm Brooks sees something in a meditation that he doesn’t understand. Hannah Batley says, “It’s a song.” And so it was.
Hannah Batley declines a proselytizers invitation to join him in waiting for the apocalypse.
From a recorded interview at the Maine Folklife Center.
When Eleanor Nicolás was a child, her family moved so frequently that Eleanor told her parents where she herself had decided to grow up.
Chloë Isis makes it through the Maine winters, because the summers are so sweet.
Malcolm Brooks finds he cannot grasp beauty in its complexity and detail. Especially when the beauty lies in his beloved Barbara.
Chloë Isis tells what it took her to get her license.
That necklace was more than jewelry. There’s more to something than what you see.