Welcome to our magazine Courageous Creativity!
Through this magazine we present stories of courage, creativity and change sourced from people from all over the world and from all walks of life. Each issue tells a unified story on a particular theme, and includes narratives, dialogue, poetry, art and photography. Our contributors come from diverse backgrounds - they are small business owners, state employees, corporate CEOs, non-profit founders and volunteers, professionals, scientists, sociologists, artists, activists, mothers and fathers, and friends. Sometimes they're a TED speaker and sometimes a homeless person. Always they are living, working, dreaming and being - being courageously creative and transforming themselves and thereby others in our ONE global community.
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As curator/editor of Courageous Creativity, Shirin Subhani especially enjoys building a community of contributors and readers, and coaching our youngest contributors to express their refreshing ideas. For more about Shirin, visit our Founders page.
As curator/editor of Courageous Creativity, Shahana Dattagupta especially enjoys coaching people to write through their fears, and connecting ideas to create a master narrative from the individual stories in the zine. For more about Shahana, visit our Founders page.
Samuel Stubblefield does graphic and experience design for Courageous Creativity. (He also contributes his original photography to the zine's graphic layout.) Sam operates a small experiential design firm in downtown Seattle, creates large-scale public art, and is involved with several art-centric, non-profit orgs and startup firms. For more visit www.samuelstubblefield.com
Olivia R. Messer
Olivia Messer copy-edits for Courageous Creativity. Olivia is a Humanistic Studies major and a Communication Studies minor at McGill University. She has been Editor-In-Chief of her high school’s newspaper The Nomad and of The Hague International Model United Nations’ MUNITY daily publication. Currently, as the Illustrations Editor of The McGill Daily, she spends her time painting, illustrating, writing, and reading. Some of her visual art can be viewed at http://oliviamesser.tumblr.com