Natalie Cunningham

Currently, Natalie is an art history archivist; an editor and book designer for monographs about violins; and a designer and creator of handmade books. She shares her time between the center of Ohio and the southeast corner of Utah, where she lives in a tent and investigates the way prehistoric peoples thought about the sky. She has an MFA in creative non-fiction from the University of Arizona. Natalie is currently working on a work of creative non-fiction about 7 years spent studying archaeoastronomy in southeast Utah, and a book-length photo essay about equinox and solstice rock art markers throughout the U.S. in cooperation with Moab photographer Steve Mulligan. 

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