My conversation with Kashmiri Australian fashion creator, author and service designer Priyanka Kaul on living between cultures, the transferability of the design industry, and not being boxed in.
Multipotentialite comedian, author, performer, and neuroscience researcher Billi Gordon turned the cookbook genre on its head with “You’ve Had Worse Things In Your Mouth”—and they were just getting started.
What happens when your wonderful life becomes a little too comfortable—when you sense you could be flourishing better somewhere new? Do you heed the call to transplant yourself, despite what you may be giving up? My family did.
Finding a new interest (or five) isn’t difficult for multipotentialites. Deciding exactly where to invest your time and money can be more challenging. Podcasts can help.
Pauli Murray situated themself as “in-between” in almost all of their identities. As a lawyer, a poet, and a priest, they dedicated their life to fighting for people of color, women, elders and LGBTQ+ people.
If you’re passionately interested in (almost) everything, these reads by and for multipotentialites will give you life until the sun comes back around.
Her side job as a romance novelist may seem atypical, but it’s a core part of her fight to transform American politics.
Multipotentialites can live on the edge, travel the globe, try identities they can only imagine–just by writing.
Meet our multipotentialite ancestors.