What the world needs right now is a good story. And so, The School of Unusual Arts in collaboration with Ukrainian Artist Ulyana Patoka is offering free eBooks in support of Ukraine.
Donations are appreciated and 100% of donations are split between the Canadian Red Cross' Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal and the Artists personal campaign.
A grandfather makes a special bucket which carries with it an important lesson which his granddaughter understands many years later.
Illustrated by Ukrainian Artist Ulyana Patoka, The Archives of Fudgemore was not scheduled to begin publication until April 2022. As our team member, Ulyana, has family living under current conditions in Kyiv. We want to try and help. Ulyana is volunteering her time and raising funds for people on the ground in Ukraine. We have decided to make our first two publications free as incentive to make a donation, however small.
The School of Unusual Arts has been working for months on a special publishing project known as "The Archives of Fudgemore". This project is about creating new narratives about what it is to be a hero or heroine in the context of the big question of the meaning of life. The publication is a subscription style monthly or semi monthly and consits of a story or stories which are all connected under a theme of newly found manuscripts.
These monies go directly into the hands of people in the most need of help who do not have any other access. My brother is a dentist in Kyiv who is currently volunteering on the front lines of helping those in need. I am so grateful to be working on these beautiful and meaningful stories. I hope they can help change the world.