Category Archives: Colombia

Chikungunya: a comic

Those who have been following me on Instagram or Facebook might have noticed that I’ve been awfully quiet these few days. Unfortunately the comic strip is all true 😦 Both Kiko and I were bitten by the Chikungunya carrying mosquito

Chikungunya: a comic

Those who have been following me on Instagram or Facebook might have noticed that I’ve been awfully quiet these few days. Unfortunately the comic strip is all true 😦 Both Kiko and I were bitten by the Chikungunya carrying mosquito

The equator = balance line of equilibrium

Greetings from Cali, Colombia! I know I’ve been awfully silent these past couple of weeks. Please excuse me as I’m heading up to Mexico by bicycle 😉 My partner Kiko and I left by bike from Quitsato, Ecuador and are

The equator = balance line of equilibrium

Greetings from Cali, Colombia! I know I’ve been awfully silent these past couple of weeks. Please excuse me as I’m heading up to Mexico by bicycle 😉 My partner Kiko and I left by bike from Quitsato, Ecuador and are

11/2 Queer Scribe Zine launch @ Bluestockings Bookstore, Cafe and Activist Center

Queer Scribe zines are the result of Miyuki Baker’s 14 month journey around the world (15 countries) joining LGBTQ artist and activist communities making change. She will be presenting the zines she made on the road, along with entertaining anecdotes

11/2 Queer Scribe Zine launch @ Bluestockings Bookstore, Cafe and Activist Center

Queer Scribe zines are the result of Miyuki Baker’s 14 month journey around the world (15 countries) joining LGBTQ artist and activist communities making change. She will be presenting the zines she made on the road, along with entertaining anecdotes

First Quarterly Report to the Watson Headquarters

The official three-month mark of the fellowship portion of my journey has come and gone, but with that came the task to write my first quarterly report for the Watson Foundation. The Fellowship office asks us to think of our

First Quarterly Report to the Watson Headquarters

The official three-month mark of the fellowship portion of my journey has come and gone, but with that came the task to write my first quarterly report for the Watson Foundation. The Fellowship office asks us to think of our