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What I Do
A few of my passions and projects
This page is currently under construction, but while you’re here, you can check out a few places I’ve published my work. Where my artwork has been published: Een goed gevoel bij biokatoen, Het Parool, 5.13.2013 Made in Bangladesh, [French] ELLE, 5.02.2013 Learning Korean through Art, Chincha, 4.24.2013 Sarah Shaw, [b]racket, February 2013 issue, (pgs. 24-27) “Global Perspectives” issue, Prattfolio, […]
This page is currently under construction, but while you’re here, you can check out some trip reports I’ve written. *Adventure Korea Learning how to paraglide in Korea, 5.05.2013 Spring Festivals in Korea: the Jindo Sea Parting and Butterflies, 5.01.2013 Biking around Upo Wetland, strawberry picking, and experiencing my own funeral, 4.18.2013 Skiing in the Year […]
This page is currently under construction, but while you’re here, you can check out some writing I’ve published on the web. Narrative writing Riding the white horse: On being foreign in South Korea, Glimpse, 4.19.2013 Notes from the covert world of Korean shamanism, Glimpse, 11.30.2012 Eavesdropping on Line 6, Asia Pundits, 8.26.2012 Sneaking in on Sarah in […]
From the Blog
For awhile, I’ve been wanting to photograph some of the homes scattered along the narrow streets in Cartagena’s downtown neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are usually quiet–just beyond the bustling tourist attractions and restaurants. Filled with bright colors, peeling paint, intricate architectural details, overgrown plants and people with somewhere to go… -Text and photography by Sarah Shaw @ www.mappingwords.com.
When I was a child, my family had an old fashioned rotary phone connected to the wall by a curly cord. The numbers were arranged in a circle, and in order to call someone, you had to spin each one to a fixed stop position. I can still picture my mother, with her post-eighties perm, hurriedly twisting […]
I’ve reached the middle of my 52 book challenge, and at 33 books, I’m well ahead of schedule. (I’ll attribute that to my newfound love of graphic novels.) I’ve exposed myself to a plethora of new authors and subjects, including the assortment of novels below. This collection is somewhat obscure; the only commonality among them is the fact that […]