032: Ashley Spires – The Maker Movement in a Picture Book

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Ashley Spires is an author-illustrator whose recent book, THE MOST MAGNIFICENT THING has unknowingly tapped into the maker culture. We talk process, we talk design, we talk about putting yourself into your characters. I loved getting to know Ashley and I know you will too.

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  1. Thank you Nick for the interesting and sensitive interview.
    Wishing Ashley good luck on her upcoming books!

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