Contributors

Karma Compass is an exploration of how we can stay well, heal one another and ourselves, and find repositories of strength and love in one another. Most everything you will find on this blog is something I’ve tried firsthand, or someone who I know and love has, and  which has proven successful in healing some malady of the body, mind or spirit.

Aria Zavocki

An eccentric free-thinker that revels in artistic self expression through written form and has been scribbling thoughts down for all of her life. She has a BA in Psychology and Philosophy and worked with sexual assault survivors, activists, and general badasses.

Kristine Moore

Kristine has an AA in Drawing and Painting and has explored many art mediums including making glass beads and jewelry, watercolor and oil painting and chalk pastel drawing. An avid hiker, dancer, horse rider and nature lover, she has enjoyed teaching Tai Chi and Ballroom dance, as well as working with llamas and horses.

Edissa Nicolás-Huntsman

KarmaCompass Founder Edissa Nicolás-Huntsman, MFA, (She) is a writer/agitator, activist and educator, using her voice to advocate for social-justice reform. Contact me! edissaedissa@gmail.com

Taylor Duckett

Taylor D. Duckett is a doctoral student in African American Studies with a research focus on African spiritual systems. She is an author, spoken word artist, and the Founder/Creative Director of Conviction 2 Change Publishing.

Instagram and Facebook: @justdulea  

Ashton Huntsman

Ashton is an editor and filmmaker from Minnesota with a passion for storytelling. He got his BFA in Film Production from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and intends to use it to make the world a little more bearable and a little stranger every day.

Georgina Marie

Georgina Marie is the 2020-2022 Lake County Poet Laureate for Lakeport, California. She is the first Mexican-American and youngest to serve in this role. She lives with her Tijuana rescue dog Kenya and her formerly feral cat Mistie.


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Featured Image: “Meditation on Joy” by Edissa Nicolás-Huntsman