© 2019 Jonnie Wilder Seattle Weekly’s last print issue hits the streets today. It’s another exclamation point at the end of a string of exclamation points that signal the exasperation of excitable writers witnessing the end of an era that began in the mid 1970s with the rise of alternative weekly newspapers. Alt Weeklies, as […]
This was our response, in 1995, to the Seattle Weekly feature article, “Should Gays Act Like Gays?”. The Nineties were such a piece of shit decade. Good music, though.
Co-working today at Fred Hutchinson with HERE Seattle.
I overdid it this week. Wrote two articles I’m very happy with. Email me if you’d like to talk about hiring me to write or illustrate for you.
©2019 J. Wilder I’m surrounded and the enemy is closing in. Backing away from them, I look over my shoulder at the edge of the futuristic Egyptian garden wall and imagine myself leaping into the mists below, where I will surely perish. If I don’t, I will either be crushed by a well-dressed man with […]
Baby ducks make me happy.
©2019 Johanna Wilder For most all of my childhood, and quite a bit of my young adulthood, I was bullied. Growing up in rural Indiana in the ’70s and ’80s was a challenge that required a child be either rugged brute or resilient target. Target I was, but I was neither resilient, nor rugged, nor […]