Hey friends! I'm somewhat in hiding right now because I'm working on Feeding Ghosts, a nonfiction graphic novel about my grandmother, Sun Yi. For publishing inquiries, I'm represented by Ayesha Pande Literary Agency with a proposal planned for this fall. I'll be unreachable for much of 2019 as I spend seven months holed up in an off-grid cabin sans internet/cell service as the recipient of the 2019 PEN Northwest Margery Davis Boyden Wilderness Writing Residency.

I'm currently living in my studio getting ready for a solo show, Guided by Ghosts: The Ones We Held Along the Way, opening at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History on March 1st.

I'm a genre hopper and work in a bunch of different disciplines, but these days I'm focusing on illustrated, research-based public speaking about little-known badass women at the turn of the century, with an emphasis on female bicycle exploration as a form of social activism. I'm interested in the deep history of rugged femininity, and recently wrote a piece about bike travel and feminism for the Washington Post.

Here are some links to a cross section of projects to get you started: * My Dead Friend's Favorite Book * Walking the Length of Our Rage * Orion * WWMWWNM * In the Eye of the Storm * Day Jobs * Field Studies * How Goes the Battle? * Hold On Tight!

I'm also deeply fascinated by the concept of home, so here are projects that specifically explore what it means to belong to a place: What Is Home? * This Is My Home * No Place Like Home

If you'd like to stay in the loop of what I'm up to, follow me on Instagram or sign up for my extremely (EXTREMELY) sporadic mailing list. Hugs, Tessa

Tessa Hulls