Tag Archives: Amy Leach
As the fall semester draws to a close I have been repeating one particular question to the students in my science writing course at the University of Pittsburgh over and over again: “What would Amy Leach do?” You see, we … Continue reading
Tagged Amy Leach, Hali Felt, Teaching, Things That Are 12/27/2012 Leave a comment
What was the last book reading you went to like? Chances are palm-sized flower blossoms didn’t decorate the locale; querulous roosters and industrious honeybees didn’t accompany the author; a wood-fire pizza oven didn’t waft the sweet smell of roasting heirloom … Continue reading
“A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush,” as the saying goes. In two new books, Amy Leach and Katrina Vandenberg elaborate on the old adage and show there’s more to it than meets the eye.
Tagged Amy Leach, Katrina Vandenberg, new books, The Alphabet Not Unlike the World, Things That Are 07/03/2012 Leave a comment
As the illustrator for Things That Are—a magical, inventive exploration of the universe through essay by the wonderful writer Amy Leach—I wanted to share some of the sketches that I created in putting together the book’s final illustrations. The first … Continue reading
Tagged Amy Leach, Cover, Illustration, Nate Christopherson, Things That Are 06/20/2012 Leave a comment