has spent time as a horse trainer, palaeontology student, marine biologist, coroner's assistant, shop clerk, and family law attorney. She lives in Seattle, Washington State with her husband and their Texas stray hounds Chucho and St. Lucia. Her work has also appeared in Canary Literary Journal, Unpsychology Magazine, Seattle's Gallery 110, and several local Washington State legal publications.
'Archery can be seen as a slow paced ceremony ... each arrow let fly serves as a small ritual onto itself' – Kim Schnuelle weaves craft and storytelling in this personal essay exploring rituals to find peace in troubling times
Today in 'The Vanishing', Kim Schnuelle writes about the loss of the thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) and subsequent scientific attempts to restore its existence. With images from Kate Tume and Feral Theatre.