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  Issue Date: 3 / 2018  
 

On the Literary Road



Iris Brooks
 

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Iris Brooks is a cultural writer who has traveled to and written about all seven continents. She tells stories of her experiences in her print pieces and digital documentaries ranging from ice music in Norway to endangered languages around the world. Her book collection includes a children’s story in Inuktitut, an unbound illustrated sacred text from Bhutan, and a book she wrote about griot, storytelling musicians who serve as human libraries. View her collaborative work and global adventures with photographer/videographer Jon H. Davis on their Northern Lights Studio website.
 
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