Lois Lane Interviews Authors: Kristen Caven on “The Souls of Her Feet”
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Lois Lane Interviews Authors: Kristen Caven on “The Souls of Her Feet”

This interview with Cristina Deptula of Authors, Large and Small appeared today on Medium: What about the Cinderella story resonates with you? Why did you rewrite it? Cinderella has this mysterious hold on the psyche. We resent its messages but on the other hand we adore them. It’s a story about ascendancy from a low … Continue reading

My Indie Heart
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My Indie Heart

Tomorrow is Indie Author Day and I’m thrilled to be representin’ at the Dublin Public Library!  Indie publishing allows for maximum creativity, and I love every aspect of book-making! I have been publishing independently since my cartoon collection, Inside the Mills Revolution, won the 1990 Bay Guardian Cartoon Contest AND was banned from the campus … Continue reading

Cinderella and Human Rights
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Cinderella and Human Rights

I have been focused on two things, lately: The re-launch of my book, The Souls of Her Feet as the first edition of the Fairytale Reality Project, and Every Man, Woman and Child, a world party focused on teaching the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through music. What on earth do these two things have to … Continue reading

Year of the Pig Since 1992
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Year of the Pig Since 1992

Gung Hay Fat Choy! It’s always year of the Pig at our house. http://www.littlepig.com is where my creative family publishes operas and stuff. (Mostly stuff.) Those on our Christmas Card list get treated to a handcrafted original each year, some of which are available on Zazzle, where the bestseller is “Sky Uterus,” a sympathy card … Continue reading

Un Affare da Ricordare… (An Affair to Remember)
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Un Affare da Ricordare… (An Affair to Remember)

I  don’t know what was more heart stopping—the weird adventure that inspired me, the dangerous feeling of discovering new literary territory, or finding the nerve to read something “a-spicy” to an audience…. but altogether, bringing Carla White’s hot supernatural romance to life through Cosima was like stepping into an alternate universe. The “Afternoon at the Caffe Florian” Carnevale … Continue reading