I've been cooped up in the city for a long time. For the full moon Spring Equinox I had the pleasure of going out to an art collective's forested property next to the Oregon Country Fair's land. I can't say exactly what, but something between the fire, people, creative projects, thoughts of OCF, forest, and full moon made me remember that our personal truth is layered - that for instance I don't have to be focused on my own projects or based in the city to make change happen. Truth can always change, but only with experiences that open up one's mind to those possibilities.
Hi! My name is Sage Liskey, the founder of the Rad Cat Press. I grew up seeing a lot of the disturbing, toxic, and unhealthy sides of American culture, and decided I wanted to do something to change it. Since 2010 I have been writing books and zines (booklets) focused around uplifting lives and reimagining society, with a primary focus in mental health and empowerment. I believe a better world is possible, so I hope you feel inspired and a little more fulfilled from what you find here. Read on about my mission.
My Books and Zines
November 10th, 11AM - 6PM - Eugene, OR, Tabling at Euzine Comics and Zine Fest