PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Jewish Women of Words
May 16, 2024
Book Review: Jewcy – Jewish Queer Lesbian Feminisms for the Twenty-First Century

The Mindful World
April 24, 2024
HANAMI DREAMING: The start of spring in Japan

Yorick Radio in the UK
MARCH 22, 2024
Scintillating Stories: Discovering the Artist Gertrude Sandmann

The Mindful World
February 19, 2024
THE SNOW GARDEN: How these gardens can lift your spirits during a dreary winter

Syncopation Literary Magazine
Volume 3, Issue 1
Ghost Guitars: My Journey to Grenada, Andalusia

The Mindful World
December 21, 2023
THE SLOWING DOWN GARDEN: A stroll through Kiyosumi merges the self with nature

Manic Sylph
December, 2023
ALMOST LOST FOREVER: A TRUE STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL

GL Review
NOVEMBER 20, 2023
An Artist Who Survived the Holocaust

The Mindful World
October 23, 2023
THE ART OF AUTUMN LEAVES: They inspire us to linger, admire and smile

The Paradox
9/15/2023
Almost Lost Forever: A True Story of Love and Survival

The Nelligan Review
Berlin Pride 2012 – Essay

The Mindful World
September 13, 2023
Japanese Pines: The Most Important Tree in Japanese Gardens

The MockingOwl Roost Literary Magazine
August 15, 2023
Page 30-32 – Berlin Pride 2012: Discovering the Artist Gertrude Sandmann

The Mindful World
JULY 11, 2023
LOST IN LAVENDER: Partnering with nature in the garden

Adobe.com
Essay begins on pages 22-28
Bio appears on page 39
Creation Magazine, Volume 02, A Feminist Issue

The Mindful World
MAY 25, 2023
RECOVERING SERENITY UNDER THE FLOWER MOON: Solace in a moonlit garden

The Mindful World
MAY 11, 2023
SPRING COMES TO THE NEZU SHRINE: A day at Tokyo’s Azalea festival at Nezu

GL Review
MAY, 2023
Léonor Fini, Impresario of the Self

The Mindful World
MAY 4, 2023
TULIPS IN HOLLAND: Visiting the Keukenhof Gardens and Amsterdam’s Bloemenmarkt in April

The Mindful World
MARCH 27, 2023
SPRING COMES TO JAPAN: The arrival of ume blossoms and the Ume Blossom Festival

The Gay & Lesbian Review
MARCH 1, 2023
Joining the Rosa Bonheur Revival

The Mindful World
FEBRUARY 13, 2023
TWILIGHT BADGERS: Wild theatre in London

The Mindful World
JANUARY 5, 2023
I PICK DANDELIONS: An important part of our ecosystem

The Mindful World
DECEMBER 30, 2022
THE MARVELS OF MOSS: The epitome of Japanese wabi-sabi

The Mindful World
NOVEMBER 25, 2022
BEACONS OF HOPE: Planting seeds from Hiroshima

The Mindful World
NOVEMBER 4, 2022
PTERIDOMANIA—FERN MADNESS: My compass set on fragile hope and serenity

The Mindful World
SEPTEMBER 22, 2022
LEAVES: Look, ponder, admire and breathe the air that leaves have given us

The Mindful World
SEPTEMBER 12, 2022
ENDANGERED MONARCH BUTTERFLIES: From Michoacan to my garden

The Mindful World
AUGUST 15, 2022
BECOME A WATERFALL: Water songs during climate change

Women and Words
March 8, 2020
A true story about a closet within a closet by Emily L Quint Freeman

The Mindful World
July 13, 2022
VISITING WRITERS: My journey to Agatha Christie’s Greenway House

Go Magazine
June 24, 2022
Opinion: We Cannot Go Back

The Mindful World
June 4, 2022
Spiral Perfection: The consciousness of nature expanding inward and outward

Go Magazine
May 25, 2022
Rediscovering The Queer Art Of Gerda Wegener

The Mindful World
May 16, 2022
A Morning With Lupines and Foxgloves: Gardening in the Present Moment

The Mindful World
April 28, 2022
Iris Reticulata: The Enduring Inspiration of Painters and Garden-Makers

Go Magazine
April 4, 2022
The Genderqueer Artist Colony Of Lamorna

Go Magazine
March 30, 2022
In Celebration Of The Art Of Janet Cooling (1951-2022)

The Mindful World
MARCH 8, 2022
THE GUEST OF THE EMPEROR: Finding the will to survive in a bonsai

GO Magazine
MARCH 7, 2022
The Queer Women Of The Belle Époque, Immortalized In The Art of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

THE GAY & LESBIAN REVIEW
FEBRUARY 2022
Frida and Vita: A Tale of Two Gardens

DRIZZLE REVIEW
FEBRUARY 15, 2022
In the Gardens of Frieda Kahlo and Vita Sackville-West: an essay by emily l. quint freeman

The Mindful World
JANUARY 21, 2022
The Four-Season Gardener: Everything is transitory

The Mindful World
JANUARY 7, 2022
The Magic Of A Winter Garden: Anything worthwhile takes time and effort

GO Magazine
January 3, 2022
Under This Mask, Another Mask: The Mind & Gender-Bending Art Of Claude Cahun

The Mindful World
DECEMBER 19, 2021
The Japanese Rock Garden: Letting Less Speak More

The Mindful World
DECEMBER 13, 2021
Wandering in King’s Lynn: To Turn, Flush and Then Fly Away

The Mindful World
NOVEMBER 22, 2021
Celebrating Theist Holidays While Protecting Our Planet: Here’s How

The Mindful World
NOVEMBER 8, 2021
Stability and Protection: Understanding Trees as Social Beings

The Mindful World
OCTOBER 22, 2021
THE IDEA OF AUTUMN: Western culture paradoxes and Eastern society traditions

The Mindful World
OCTOBER 7, 2021
Admiring Imperfection: The Wabi-Sabi Spirit in my garden

GO Magazine
AUGUST 27, 2021
A Lesbian, Bohemian, & Parisian Legend: Romaine Brooks’ Art Forever Echoes Her Defiant Spirit

The Mindful Word
AUGUST 20, 2021
SHINRIN-YOKU: A forest bath can heal a troubled heart

The Mindful Word
AUGUST 4, 2021
The Beauty of Chelsea Physic Garden in London, England

The Mindful Word
JULY 23, 2021
How to Thrive As an Introvert During These Difficult Times

GO Magazine
June 17, 2021
Confessions Of A Lesbian Fugitive: Telling My Partner The Truth Didn’t Set Me Free

GO Magazine
May 19, 2021
I Met Harvey Milk When I Was A Wanted Fugitive. He Inspired Me To Stop Hiding.

GO Magazine
March 18, 2021
It’s Women’s History Month. This Is What We Celebrate

The Gay & Lesbian Review
February 16, 2021
A ’60s Radical Shares Wisdom from Life Underground

Salon Magazine
May 3, 2020
www.salon.com

The Adroit Journal
Journalist Interview
April 16, 2020
www.theadroitjournal.org

Windy City Media Group
April 1, 2020
www.windycitymediagroup.com

Lesbi Review
March 13, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oVmr86fsLc

OpenDemocracy
March 5, 2020
www.opendemocracy.net

Excerpt published in Curve Magazine
March 4, 2020
www.curvemag.com

Salon Magazine
February 23, 2020
www.salon.com

Narratively
March 4, 2019
www.narratively.com

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