“Rise of the Creative Class,” by Richard Florida | Quintillion Ink-Strokes

This book would definitely provide insight into the importance of creative professions. Plot Florida talks about the Creative Class, which are a group of occupations that contribute more to society than people generally expect. Professions in the Creative Class, as Florida detailed, come in a wide variety ways and has various access to creativity. There […]

Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “People of the First Light: Wisdoms of a Mashpee Wampanoag Elder,” by Joan Tavares Avant

It truly was an honor to share another work by a Native American elder. There is not much of these copies of this book, so I was quite fortunate to find it. Plot Basically, this book is a compilation of essays written by Wampanoag Elder, Avant, for the magazine┬áThe Mashpee Enterprise. They involve personal accounts, […]

Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “An Upriver Passamaquoddy,” by Allen J. Sockabasin

If I were to sum up this book, I would say that it is a mixture of autobiography and Passamaquoddy Studies. Plot It is chronological, going from the founding of the Passamaquoddy village the author lived in to the author’s childhood to the author’s present time when writing. All the while, he gets into detail […]