At Our Hen House, we love art, artists, and activists of all kinds. I was so moved when artist and activist Caryn Ginsberg presented me with her wonderful and colorful summary of a book talk I recently gave in Washington, DC, at Compassion Over Killing HQ, all about my new memoir, Always Too Much and Never Enough. Caryn kindly offered to make more contributions of her work, taking the form of visual maps, flow charts, colorful commentary — art, in any case — of various Our Hen House interviews. First up, the making of Keith Allison‘s book, What if the Shoe were on the Other Hoof?, from his interview on Episode 316 of the OHH podcast.
Art by Caryn Ginsberg
And here’s that first one she showed me, which moved me to tears:
Always Too Much and Never Enough, Art by Caryn Ginsberg
Caryn Ginsberg is the author of Animal Impact: Secrets Proven to Achieve Results and Move the World. She has spent more than a decade helping animal protection advocates utilize proven strategy and marketing approaches to get better results. She has worked with the ASPCA, The HSUS, PetSmart Charities, Farm Sanctuary, Humane Farm Animal Care, and RedRover, among others. She has fun and creates change by helping everyone draw out their best! More about Caryn here!