After nearly 60 always interesting and entertaining posts, Meg Guroff, the creator and curator of the amazing Power MobyDick, is taking some well deserved shore-leave from Sea-Fever’s Moby-Monday.
Meg’s got some exciting, new adventures underway, so she can’t be here every week. But she has agreed to be a relief captain from time to time and we look forward to welcoming her back aboard as often as she can manage.
A new skipper will be taking over Moby-Monday and I’ll have an update on that soon. And from time to time we’ll have some guest posts like Vassar senior english and art history major and New Bedford Whaling Museum intern, Evander Price’s great post today titled “Of Whales in Mountains…”
But today, I want to give a whale of a thank you to Meg for the incredible job that she’s done over the past year for Sea-Fever readers (including me)! Here’s something that Charlotte Cheshire created for one of her teachers which is cool and appropriate for Meg too!