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Author illustrator and Free Speech and Arts advocate, Kimann Schultz “writes with pictures & draws with words.”

Kimann, wife and mother of two sons and a daughter, blogged at Huffington Post from May 2013 through January 2018. She is an advocate for Free Speech and Freedom of Expression, in particular through creative expression. Her HP articles included Arts advocacy and appreciation, film and TV review, politics, parenting, fashion and style as well as pop sociological commentary. Kimann also produced a podcast series, Fashion News & Muse.

Kimann serves on the boards of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and the Indianapolis Opera and is past president of the Fashion Arts Society of the IMA.

A self-described “Pollyanna Polemic,” Kimann is the author of a full-length novel entitled THE COMFORTABLE MAN, a script-stye novelette entitled, “Jacob,” numerous short stories and fairy tales, as well as a full-length collection of poems & lyric poetry, RUGS ON PUDDLES COATS OVER OCEANS. Her article supporting artistic expression as an alternative to violent expression was featured at Americans for the Arts.

Kimann’s essay “Do What You Have to Do”was included in the 2012 release, THIS I BELIEVE: ON MOTHERHOOD and she was featured in Carmelo Blandino’s Monograph, IN BLOOM. She was the Meridian-Kessler Home Tour artistfor a total of 5 years. Kimann also writes and performs original songs with her husband, Michael. Their three-song EP, “Earthbound Ethereal,” is available on iTunes and at Amazon. Music videos for “Beautiful Rage,” and “Spirit of Christmas,” are available on YouTube.

For more information, go to:

Art & Lit – www.butterflybroth.com

Articles & Advocacy – www.kimannschultz.com

Illustration & Portfolio – www.kimann.org

Interiors – www.modlodgeluv.com

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