Artful dispatches from the places where we find ourselves
Christine Darragh fell into writing by way of marketing, where she originally wrote epicurean copy and brief food histories for the Zingerman’s Roadhouse menu, web site, and special promotions. Today, she is a hand-bookbinder creating blank books and custom bindings, fueling her habit of filling blank pages by encouraging others to do the same. Her first published poem, “Windfall” is forthcoming in Structo. Christine lives in Ann Arbor with her husband and three children where she loves to run early in the morning, watching seasons change along the mutable Huron River, which threads its way through the city.