Smith's writing is usually on the topic of creativity. Her books include bestsellers such as Wreck this Journal, How to be an Explorer of the World, The Guerilla Art Kit, Living Out Loud: Activities to Fuel a Creative Life, and Tear up this Book! She has also written for such publications as How Magazine. A recent book, This is Not a Book was released in the fall of 2009.
Keri Smith is the author of several bestselling books about creativity:
·Wreck this Journal (2007 Perigee)
·How to be an Explorer of the World –the Portable Life/Art Museum, (2008 Perigee)
·The Guerilla Art Kit (2007 Princeton Architectural Press)
·Living Out Loud – Activities to Fuel a Creative Life (published 2003 by Chronicle Books)
·Tear up this Book! :The Sticker, Stencil, Stationery, Games, Crafts, Doodle, And Journal Book For Girls!, (2005 American Girl)
·Mess: A Manual of Accidents and Mistakes was released fall 2010 by Penguin Books.
-This is not a Book (Penguin Books, 2009)
-Pocket Scavenger (Penguin Books, 2013)
-Everything is Connected (2013)
Smith is a freelance illustrator and has most recently worked for Random House, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Boston Globe as well as for companies like Ford Motor Company, Gallison/Mudpuppy Press and Hallmark.
Keri spends her days playing with her husband and son, reading, cooking and writing books. As from fall 2010 she teaches part time at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In the last few years (before 2011) she has given lectures on a variety of topics for various institutions and schools across North America.
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