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Cory Feder

Cory Feder

Grew up on occupied land of Arapaho, Cheyenne and Ute nations ("Denver"); Works on land of Apache, Pueblos and Ute nations.
BIO
The smallest particle of smell, the faintest noise of the old fan in your memory, is enough to cut the starting line of an entire cosmology. Cory's body will stay in the material world of fine lines and pastel colors, but between them is already a milky way. The book that her illustrations come together to, and the maps, diagrams, and text+image diary format that each page takes, are passing takes in a journey to make sense of both worlds.
You'll like Cory if: your memories taste like mandarin oranges.
"Sometimes I want to untie the entire universe. Untangle every knot of my morning ritual and nighttime routine Inspect every colored thread of my friends, loved ones, teachers Cut open every seam that seals my identity into a pretty shape To undo it all and piece it back together with every particle of magic that settled like dust in the fabric No more settled dust."
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