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We’ve Come Too Far to Give up Who We Are

By The Persephone Complex @hollycassell

Firstly, I’m sorry for being MIA lately - if there are any commenters who’s words I have failed to reply to, please let me know and I’ll get right on it. I’m doing my best to respond to them all now and over the next couple of days, so hit me up if I’ve forgotten you.
Now that’s out of the way, I can start explaining why I’ve been absent from the blogosphere for so long. I’m sure a lot of you have noticed that my posts have been getting less and less frequent, and there are LOADS of good reasons for that, believe me. I haven’t had a camera for a long time, so I’ve been piecing together posts from photos in my archive, and suffice it to say that it isn’t the most inspiring way to work, not by a long shot. A lot of my time has been devoted to writing for THE LE SIGH, interviewing some amazing artists, mavericks and zinesters. I absolutely love doing it, and reviewing art journals, zines and asking interesting people about their work is a dream come true for me, so I’m sure you can understand why a lot of my time and energy has been put into it. If you’d like to see what I’ve been doing for them you can find links to my articles in my sidebar. It would really mean a lot to me if you would check them out, if that’s your thing.
On top of that, I was also interviewed myself, by the blogger Sophie Middleton, about my collages, sex, BDSM, love and art in general (you can read it here, hint hint), which I found to be a really thought-provoking experience, as well as incredibly good fun. I’d never been interviewed properly before, and I was pleased by the questions she chose. Having to think through my answers and really examine what I believed as I wrote them down was profoundly self-realising, and I hope (if you read it) that you find it honest, and interesting.

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