Linda Rand

Pandemic Diaries: What I See Behind My Eyes

In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “What I See Behind My Eyes,” shares about her relationship with her mom, and searching out lost things during these times.   I close my eyes and see a sunny day. I am surrounded by a few kids, showing off my garnet and opal ring. I am pressing my fingers together tightly so the ... Read the full article
Linda Rand

Linda Rand is an Art Witch and Wolf Mama living in Portland, Oregon. She has been published in Entropy, Nailed Magazine, Unchaste Anthology Volume I, as well as anthologies Places Like Home, City of Weird, and The People’s Apocalypse, with non-fiction journal excerpts in Fuck Happiness: How Women Are Ditching the Cult of Positivity and Choosing Radical Joy by Ariel Gore. Her artwork has been included in PDX Magazine and the book Oneira: I Dream the Self. Follow on Instagram: @lindapaintsandwrites

Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise XXXVIII: My Dad

John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, he dedicates this column to his dad.