Links: writers, artists, musicians

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Railroad Creek Valley, taken on the Holden Lake switchbacks near Holden Village

(Some of Rachael’s) writer friends:

Logan Adamswriter and music reviewer

Taylor BrorbyHuffington Post environmental blogger and Holden Village writer-in-residence

Mary Chilestraveler, photographer, essayist

Liz Cliftwriter and activist

Dean Bakopoulosnovelist, short-story writer

Brenna Dixonshort-story writer, poet, and Ploughshares Blogger

Jason DeRose-writer, reporter, and Western Bureau Chief for NPR News

Lindsey Hoffman-traveling nonfiction writer

Marissa Landrigan-essayist, food writing activist

Deb Marquart-memoirist, poet, musician

Julianne Mattera-Penn Live reporter

Amy Monticello-essayist

Benjamin Percynovelist, short-story writer

(Some of Rachael’s) musician friends:

Breathe Owl Breathe-elvin folk from Northern Michigan

Chain of Lakes-harmony-driven singer-songwriter, hushed and full like the falling snow

Chris Bathgate-midwestern Gothic-folk

Frontier Ruckus-lyrical 90s nostalgia/Metro-Detroit bluegrass

Ingspop lullabies

Matt Jones & the Reconstruction-Detroit folk-rock

Jen McClung-Pushcart Prize-winning poet/singer-songwriter

Elizabeth Zimmerman-Iowa soul singer

(Some of Rachael’s) artist friends:

Richard Button-photographer

Leyland DeVito-illustrator, graphic artist, freelance writer

Natalie Fisher-wilderness dancer, silk artist, PCT through-hiker, and choreographer

Lori Hayespainter, Holden Village resident-artist

Whitney Sage– painter and fiber artist

Gerri Sayler-site-specific sculptor

Tandem Glass-hand-blown Maine-made glass

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