Carin Makuz is a writer and blogger who believes the power of art in all forms can be used to make tiny changes in a big world. Her work appears in various anthologies, journals, magazines, and newspapers. She is a long-time volunteer with The Denise House women’s shelter where she runs writing workshops with residents. She is also the creator of The Litter I See Project, through which writers across the country respond to photos of litter with poetry and prose in order to inspire conversation about both illiteracy and litter in our communities and to raise funds for Frontier College, Canada’s oldest national literacy agency.
Carin can be found at Matilda Magtree where she combines text with photography, chats about books, and thinks out loud.
The Wild Nellies are pleased to be joined by Carin Makuz. Click on the link below to learn more about her work: