Good Company (issue 2): The Fear(less) Issue by Grace BonneyGood Company (issue 2): The Fear(less) Issue by Grace Bonney

Good Company (issue 2): The Fear(less) Issue

byGrace Bonney

Paperback | October 23, 2018

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Inspired by her New York Times bestseller In the Company of Women, Grace Bonney’s Good Company is the innovative and supportive journal for women and nonbinary creatives at every stage of life, founded on the power of inclusivity, diversity, and celebrating the differences that unite. Its mission is to provide motivation, inspiration, advice, and a vital sense of connection and community. The Fear(less) Issue tackles the subject at the heart of any kind of ambition—failure—with articles from Luvvie Ajayi, Jenna Wortham, Rhea Butcher, and others on how to turn fear into creative fuel, facing the dreaded sophomore slump, the power of co-working spaces to help create a fearless sense of community, and so much more.

The Fear(less) Issue continues Good Company’s mission to provide an energetic and highly stimulating place to connect, learn, grow, and work through the challenges that women across the spectrum experience in pursuing their passions and dreams. We all fail—but it’s how we fail, and how we recover, that separates a positive experience from a negative one. This issue shares words, stories, life lessons, and more as it explores something we all shun, yet which has a power unlike any other to help us succeed.
Grace Bonney is the author of the bestselling books In the Company of Women and Design*Sponge at Home. Bonney is passionate about supporting all members of the creative community: she founded Design*Sponge, a daily website dedicated to the creative community, which currently reaches nearly 2 million readers per day; runs an annual scho...
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Title:Good Company (issue 2): The Fear(less) IssueFormat:PaperbackDimensions:180 pages, 10.25 × 8.25 × 0.68 inPublished:October 23, 2018Publisher:ArtisanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:157965861X

ISBN - 13:9781579658618

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Table of Contents

Contents include:
What Is Your Biggest Fear? A group Q&A with Melissa Alam, Danielle Evans, Marie Denee & Melissa Kimble.
Identifying as Me: Activist and writer Jacob Tobia talks to comic, actor, and producer Rhea Butcher about how gender and gender identity connect to life on and off stage.
Resistance Revival Choir:  Meet the women turning fear into joy through the power of song. 
Creative Block—One Illustrator’s Biggest Fear by Sally Nixon.
Luvvie Ajayi: A lively, insightful, and joyous call to action and deep conversation.
The Rise & Bloom of Bethany Yellowtail: A story about fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail, who discusses why her mission always involves supporting the voices and work of her community.
Tools and Resources for Facing Your Fears:  Alicia Kennedy sits down with Annie Selke, Rae Tutera, Aris Mejias, Sara Eve Rivera, Rooney Elmi & Shannon Mustipher for a conversation on the toughest moments. 
Kayla Whaley sits down with YouTube star Annie Segarra, the artist and activist to discuss the future of accessibility and the importance of fostering community.
The Butterfly Effect:  Meg José Mateo introduces readers to the Radical Monarchs, the next generation of young women working to change their communities and the world at large. 
Stay Awake: Artist Lisa Congdon’s graphic art has been a rallying cry for the state of our political union—Bonney and her team collected a few of their favorite pieces for you to be inspired and galvanized by in full-page celebrations.
Unapologetically HER: Grace Bonney sits down for a one-on-one conversation with author, activist, and founder of Equality for HER Blair Imani, who talks about life at the intersection of Black, Queer, and Muslim identity—and how she’s found the strength to persevere through harrowing situations.
Fariha Roísín talks with director, producer, and actress Desiree Akhavan on the importance of telling stories that haven’t been told before.
How to Collaborate on Creative Projects with Friends Without Making Things Weird by Lora DiFranco and illustrated by Katie Daughtery.
Revolution Boot Camp: Meet the women changing the face of angel investing and creating capital for women and non-binary femme social entrepreneurs by Meg José Mateo. 
A Fear of Starting Over: Novelist TANAÏS returns to give her own reflections on the sophomore slump.
Sharing Space for Dream-Chasing: Kelli Hart Kehler investigates how co-working spaces can offer women and non-binary creatives a place to be fearless in pursuit of their goals.