Author Archives: Katherine Montalto

2019 08 Thought Portal

Here are some of my favorite Thought Portal posts of August.

Subversive, queer and terrifyingly relevant: six reasons why Moby-Dick is the novel for our times.

Disaster Myths and how popular media is incorrect.

My favorite short fiction of the month.

The Pregnant Scientist Who Raced Against Death to Transform Physics.

How Artist Kara Walker and the New Yorker Teamed Up to Pull Off a Poignant Cover Honoring Toni Morrison in Less Than 24 Hours.

Cindy Sherman and Babes in Toyland.

Fiction Writing Machines.

Chumbawumba and anarchy.

Heart of Darkness as the basis for Apocalypse Now.

2019 08 Newsletter

Some Highlights from August 2019

Here is my sketchbook work for the month. Follow me on Vimeo to see process videos of them as well. Print out a zine of this artwork. Get my sketchbook art on Redbubble gear.  

Here is some animal inspired line art. Print out a zine of this collection here

I also made of one-page zine of Animal Haiku. Print it out here for free

Zine libraries are welcome to print out my zines and put them in their collections. Please contact me to let me know.
my entry into the tiny sketchbook project for 2019
http://www.sketchbookproject.com
If you’re in Brooklyn any time after March 2020 head over to the Brooklyn Art Library and check out my sketchbook. It’s number B341176 

I’ve been trying to write more fiction and this list of prompts has been very helpful.  

I wrote a short story based on this prompt. Let me know if you are interested in being a beta reader for it. 

I wrote this 50 word story for a contest. Click here to read it and check out all the other really cool stories in the comments.

I’ve created a hashtag on my Thought Portal tumblr blog for posts about women in art history. It’s for myself and anyone who follows me to learn more about art history through the female gaze.  Check it out here.

Print out a free zine I made about Women in Art history here.

Subscription Package
Here is the subscription box for August.
If you’d like to support me on a continuous regular basis you can set up a monthly donation to my art supply fund. Below are all the levels of regular donation you can contribute, everything over a dollar comes with rewards. If you’d like to make a one-time contribution go here.

 

2019 08 Line Art

2019 08 Sketchbook Green

Human Bird

I awoke to singing outside my window. It sounded like a woman. Was I dreaming? I got up to look. I wasn’t dreaming. There was a bird, small with sleek feathers and the face of a woman. She sang out again as she hopped up and down on the branch.

 

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I wrote this 50 word story for a contest. Click here to read it and check out all the other really cool stories in the comments.

2019 07 Newsletter

Some Highlights from July 2019

Here is my sketchbook work for the month. Follow me on Vimeo to see process videos of them as well. Print out a zine of this artwork. Get this art on Redbubble gear.

This zine is inspired by the Netflix docudrama, The Last Czars of Russia, that had way more gratuitous sex than I was expecting. Print out a free copy of your own here.

This Zine is also a riddle. Print out a free copy here.

Zine libraries are welcome to print out my zines and put it in their collections. Please contact me to let me know.

The Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center Zine Library printed out a copy of my Women in Art History zine for their collection.

Subscription Package

Here is the subscription box for July.

If you’d like to support me on a continuous regular basis you can set up a monthly donation to my art supply fund. Below are all the levels of regular donation you can contribute, everything over a dollar comes with rewards. If you’d like to make a one-time contribution go here.