Claire Massey

Claire Massey isn't really an artist but one of the editors of Paraxis and she creates things when there are last-minute illustration emergencies. She loves books more than most things in life but is surprisingly untroubled by the idea of cutting them up. Claire edits, writes short stories and keeps a blog called Gathering Scraps. She lives in Lancashire with her two young sons.

See Claire's artwork for Sarah Jasmon's story 'At the end of summer' here and for Tori Truslow's 'A Catalogue of Unreadable Things' here. Also see the Paraxis Library Wall, which she created a lot of images for, here. And her artwork for Andy Hedgecock's essay 'Oracles of change, other ways of being' here.







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