In 2013, Susan Hoffman Fishman began publishing an on-going blog consisting of timely and provocative articles on global water issues and events, on public art projects, on experiences that she and her co-artist of The Wave Interactive Public Art Project on Water encounter as they engage communities at Wave sites, and on the progress of The Wave itself.
In 2017, Susan Hoffman Fishman contributed an article entitled, Why Artists Need to Know About Global Warming's "Six Americas" and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication" to the blog, Artists and Climate Change. She subsequently became an on-going contributor to the publication, which is tracking work by visual artists, playwrights, dancers, filmmakers, poets, novelists, photographers, musicians and artists of other genres that focus on the topic of climate change. Starting in September of 2017, Ms. Fishman began writing a year-long series, entitled, "Imagining Water," on the growing number of exhibitions, performances and publications that are popping up in museums, galleries and public spaces around the world with water as a theme. The posts are listed below:
- Imagining Water, #1: An Introduction to the Series
- Imagining Water, #2: Flooded McDonald's
- Imagining Water, #3: Confronting the Holy River Yamuna
- Imagining Water, #4: Floating Start-up Countries: Artists Are You Ready?
MID-SUMMER DAY'S DREAM:
A POEM ON POSSIBILITIES IN VERSE, ACRYLIC, PAPER AND GLUE
Illustrated Book: Text and Paintings by Susan Hoffman Fishman and Elena Kalman, ©2012