Feels like starting over. Beyond the feat of forging life, Anna Harrison explores motherhood and creative epiphanies, and searches for the women who have scaled new heights.
From the RUSSH holiday reads series: Contributing Editor Anna Harrison on finding sensuality in “emotion, hunger, desire, lust, whims, caprices, personal ties … flavour, rhythms, intensities”.
From the RUSSH holiday reads series: Contributing Editor Anna Harrison reveals we like to think we know what’s good for us. But are there benefits to being bad?
“The simplest form of joy is a really electric, dynamic interaction with another human. The kind where you both feel instantly elevated by the exchange.” Writer Anna Harrison on her craft, the art of the greeting card and the words she lives by.