Essayist. Weaver. Fiddle-player. Community Convenor

I write about how we might live our best lives during impossible times. 

My name is Megan Adam. I’m a professional communicator and president of my union local by day. When I’m not working for pay, I am active in community, craft, music, and creating a home with my partner Brian on Gabriola Island (Snuneymuxw territory) in British Columbia. 

Whatever I do, I write about. Subjects covered on the blog include weaving, violin-playing, sewing, knitting, power-lifting, books, canning and cooking, community politics and Zen Buddhism. Over the years I have also written about mental health, homesteading and gardening, environmental politics, philosophy, urban living and cycling.

I welcome comments and connections via the blog interface, or email. I can be reached at I also have a monthly newsletter called Comfort for the Apocalypse which you can subscribe to for free.

3 Comments on “Essayist. Weaver. Fiddle-player. Community Convenor

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