Welcome to my little piece of the web– I’m glad you found me, it gets lonely out here. Have a seat and check out some of my writings and videos. Most of what I like to write about is my amazing my friends and how we’re doing our part to make this crazy world more just and beautiful. There is a lot of writing about The Icarus Project, a support network and media project by and for people who experience the world in ways that are often diagnosed as mental illness.
Check out my book, Maps to the Other Side, it’s a bunch of woven together stories of my odyssey navigating the psychiatric system by building community in the face of adversity; a set of maps for how rebels and dreamers can survive and thrive in a crazy world. I’m happy with how it turned out and I’d love to hear your reflections of it.
At the moment I live in Brooklyn, I’m getting a clinical social work degree at night, and I’m working really hard with a crew of dedicated people to make The Icarus Project a resource that is useful and accessible to a whole lot of different kinds of people. We are doing our best to come up from the underground and slowly but surely spread messages into the mainstream that are going to change the culture and society. I do my best to I live my life like it’s an adventure, so if you’re interested in reading about what I’m up to and thinking about, follow my blog, I love making connections with strangers so please write and say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org -and if you find my writing useful and interesting please share it with others.
Mad love and wild twists of fate,
Sascha Altman DuBrul