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The Scrap Heap

Jennifer Berney, Sarah Tavis

conversations about healing and the creative process

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Latest Issues

Recent posts by this newsletter. Browse the email archive.

Where Nothing is Forgotten

It’s been almost a year since my sister and I were sifting through our parent’s belongings, trying to decide what to keep, what to trash, what to give away. When I opened Mom’s desk drawer and found several half-empty, spiral-bound, noteboo...

a month ago

The Ecstasy of Destruction

A couple of months ago, my son stopped attending fifth grade. It happened gradually, with him begging to be picked up early or dropped off late, and then suddenly: he would not go nor would he even talk about school. Initially I interpreted...

2 months ago

Walking the Words Loose

About 13 years ago, just two weeks after her 20th birthday, my sister Lily unexpectedly died. For that first year after her death, I numbed myself. Most evenings I took a single vicodin and drank a bottle of beer or a small whiskey. My kids...

4 months ago

Creative Community as Refuge

No one I know is okay these days. Not since the pandemic. Not since 2016. Not since 9/11. Not since 1492. What I mean is, for me and I suspect for others, life has increasingly become a string of personal crises set against a backdrop of gl...

4 months ago


The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Jennifer Berney

    Queer Mama, Writer, Teacher, #binder, Human. Author of THE OTHER MOTHERS from @Sourcebooks, Feb. 2021. Essays @Longreads, @theoffingmag, @Tin_House

  • Sarah Tavis

    swimmer, writer, teacher, letterpress artist, former bookseller. co-founder @the3rdthingpress. creativity coach @selkie_coaching &

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