Just kidding. If you know me, you know that not only am I a huge proponent of the arts, in all their forms, but that I also play and teach multiple instruments. The arts, whether or not you actualy participate in some fashion, are part of our human heritage. They show the extremes of beauty and depravity of which we are capable, and connect us in ways that studying history alone never will.
This issue, we focus on the arts. Our writers have some strong opinions on them, and I am proud to share them with you.
Whether you fall on the side of fine arts, or not – I hope you find value in this issue! What’s your opinion? We’d like to hear about it.
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Learning Tangent is Gail’s brainchild. When it all goes down, she has to get the magazine out the door and on its way to subscribers. She has four kids, of whom she and her husband David homeschool two. She enjoys a wide range of activities including weaving, photography, writing, is a musician (both a teacher & performer), calligrapher, and is an avid sci-fi- & fantasy reader. You’ll generally find her busy doing whatever it is she wants to on a given day.