This book could be anything: a journal, a keepsake, a calendar, a friend, all of the above. It gently (and not gently) pushes you through the year, gets you writing about your past, present, and future, facing your fears and then turning the page. Each of the 365 prompts presents a chance to draw, write, make a list, imagine, dream, or otherwise create something new. It's a warm, weird, wonderful counterpart to your inner artist, an engaging invitation to express yourself in ways you may never have imagined.
Adam J. Kurtz is a graphic designer, popular blogger and artist living in Brooklyn, New York. He is interested in the ephemera of daily life, small tokens and messages, creating honest, accessible work through small-scale collaborations. 1 PAGE AT A TIME is his first book, written following a challenging year in his life.