Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) MFA residency

     Dealing with Demons workshop, January 2 

Adequate Earth, Antarctic Artists and Writers Collective virtual exhibit, January  28 - May    22  Opening Event, January 28, 6 pm 

#AntarcticLog Science Comic Contest winners announced, February 1

World Read Aloud Day, February 3

Women Mind the Water podcast, February 8

Adequate Earth event: Tales and Pictures from Antarctica: Diving Under the Ice and Climbing Glaciers for Science Communication, SUNY Cobleskill/Antarctic Artists and Writers Collective, March 18, 12 noon 

Penguins International,​ April 21, 2021 (Earth Day! Penguin Awareness Day!) 

Facebook Live presentation and conversation

6 pm EDT

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John Muir Laws Wild Wonder Natural Journaling Conference, June 24,

TITLE: Telling Your Science Stories Visually 

DESCRIPTION: What good are comics? Turns out they're really excellent for learning (input) AND communicating (OUTPUT). In this workshop, you'll find out why.  We'll examine science comics to demystify how they're made and experiment with stick figures, lettering, and formats. Suitable (and proven) for any age and ability. 

8:30 - 10 PDT

American Geophysical Union annual conference, December  


Paperback edition of A Girl, a Raccoon, and the Midnight Moon (Chronicle) 

Antarctica: The World's Melting Continent (What on Earth) 



Galápagos: The World's Living Laboratory (What on Earth) 




Diving for Deep-Sea Dragons  (Chronicle)