Interview with Monica Moses, editor in chief of American Craft Magazine.
"Who is your audience? How do you determine content? What stories are you interested in? What's up with new technologies and craft?"

-- Got you some answers!

PS: There really was coffee in those mugs, I swear.

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Brava, Brigitte and Monica, for this interesting speed interview. 

Thank you Brigitte and Monica.

Very nice. However, I cannot find the video of her at CCCD "How Artists Get Noticed":

https://craftcouncil.org/post/how-artists-get-noticed-editors-view

Nothing there. Help please?

Here it is, Ana, just click on the red arrow in the you tube video link.
https://craftcouncil.org/post/how-artists-get-noticed-editors-view

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