Thoughtful Acts of  Hope, Change & Inspiration

Join the 65 Roses Campaign against Cystic Fibrosis here. NH Consumer Advocate Don Kries has pledged to tattoo 65 roses to his body if he is successful in raising $650K for the CF Foundation to honor his daughter Rose on this his 65th birthday year.

We're donating 9 signed prints of The Rose and the Headress. (A limited edition of 10) and several other rose themed images to the effort. "Make That Geezer Get Those Tattoos!"

What's New and Hot?

Note: The View from Rattlesnake Ridge Column and our NH Secrets Podcast and Radical Centrist Podcast are now available in syndication. If you'd like to carry one or all in your publication, send us an email and we'll be happy to provide you with details.

Three months of innovative thinkers sharing their ideas for restoring a sense of community across all of the common divides of race, income, religion and geography.

Tony Wagner, Internationally acclaimed educational thinker & writer joins Wayne to talk about "Reimagining Education"  for our special series "Rediscovering Our Song" on  The Radical Centrist Podcast and Youtube video. Listen here: Watch this podcast on YouTube here: Notes:
The Radical Centrist PodcastThe Sixth Passenger: David Concannon had to hand off his seat aboard the OceanGate Titan, as the "Subject Expert" on Titanic, to another passenger due to a work emergency. In his first extended interview since the disaster David reflects on the tragedy, the inept, "stonewalling" of US agencies, including the Navy and the Coast Guard, and the need to continue to explore our earth, oceans and space.

Online Pop Up Art Sale!  

We are located in N’dakinna, the traditional ancestral homeland of the Abenaki, Cowasuck , Pemigewasset, Pennacook and Wabanaki Peoples past and present. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude those who have stewarded N’dakinna throughout the generations.


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Images purchased from this gallery benefit MKIM

The View from Rattlesnake Ridge

The award winning political column from Wayne King.
"Few can turn political musings into poetic prose like Wayne King.”
“Wayne D. King exalts national dialogue in ‘Democracy Should be a Messy Business’ but that solutions are found in differing viewpoints given by people who respect each other. In ‘Looking for Hope: You’ll find it at the dump on Buffalo Road in Rumney,’ King is engaging about history, politics and our unifying bond as everyday people. Few can turn political musings into poetic prose like Wayne D. King.”

~ The New England Newspaper & Press Association.


Art Gallery - Wayne D. King

Coming soon - Thunder Over the Mountains: The Fight to Stop Northern Pass: a Podcast from Anamaki Studios.


 Special Projects

Life After Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon

After the death of Donald Hall in 2018 the home that he had shared for many years with his wife Jane Kenyon was put up for sale along with all its contents. A dedicated group of friends and admirers of the two poets purchased the "Farm on Eagle Pond" and some of the most precious possessions of Donald and Jane with the hopes of establishing a permanent living memorial to their memory. More

Rewind: Reclaiming the Asquamchumaukee. We're launching a new effort to reclaim the original name of the river, now known as the Baker. The Abenaki called it the Asquamchumaukee River and Valley. 

"Stories That Need Tellin' "

Alice Vartanian King died in 2018 while still in the process of working on her book "Stories That Need Tellin' " The name of our website and new studios are dedicated to her memory. Today, we are working to bring her dream to reality. More
Wayne King is on Substack! See his latest writings here and subscribe to email distribution.

The Reconcilliation Project: Coming to Substack

Can we learn to live together?

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

— Margaret Mead