We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Rebecca Fish Ewan! Rebecca tries to write about math, but ends up drawing cartoons instead.
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Rebecca Fish Ewan is a poet/cartoonist/writer & founder of Plankton Press, where small is big enough. Her hybrid-form work appears in Brevity, Punctuate, Under the Gum Tree, Mutha, and Hip Mama. She makes zines and teaches landscape architecture at ASU in The Design School. Her current work-in-progress includes a book on drawing for writers, and a collection of hybrid essays on water, place and the body. Her creative nonfiction books: A Land Between and a new cartoon/verse memoir, By the Forces of Gravity.