#WitchWeek2022 Day 1

“Sound Suit”, by Nick Cave, Whitney Museum, NYC. Photo by Lizzie Ross.


It’s Halloween at last, and I hope you all are ready for whatever tricks (and treats) are in store for you. For starters, check out APOD’s Cosmic Bat Nebula, LD N43.

Over at Calmgrove, #WitchWeek2022 has officially begun, and we have a bagful of book treats for you, which we’ll dole out over the next few days.

Today’s post introduces you to Joel Donato Ching Jacob, a Filipino fantasy writer. Our guest blogger, Daphne Lee, is a fantasy author in her own right, as well as a consulting editor for Scholastic Asia. Later in the week, Daphne will be back to join our discussion of this year’s read-along book, Zen Cho’s Black Water Sister.

As for this photo, I’d love it if someone came to my door tonight dressed in something like this suit designed by Nick Cave (the African American artist, not the British musician). If you’d like to see more of Cave’s work, check out the various videos on YouTube of Nick Cave’s Heard NY at Grand Central Station. Gorgeous art in motion. And gorgeous Grand Central Station! Thank you, MTA Arts for Transit!!!

About Lizzie Ross

in no particular order: author, teacher, cyclist, world traveler, single parent. oh, and i read. a lot.
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