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This site was founded by Florina Falce in 2020. Our goal is to find a way to share essential creative work—our own, our friends’, and everyone’s—as a means to promoting compassion and finding the things that really matter in life.

In other words, this site is a home for projects that support art and nature. New content is posted occasionally, with themed issues coming out each quarter. We also provide workshops for creative writing, cooking, and art.

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