New York Times: July 2016

Rocking Out in the Mosh Pit, With Baby in Tow

Ariel Meadow Stallings also considers family time paramount. She took her then-5-year-old son to Beloved, a music-and-art festival in Tidewater, Ore., to share her passion for dancing. “Of course, we can always dance in the living room, but there aren’t many places to dance to a full sound system and light show,” she said. “Music festivals give me the chance to share that part of my life with my favorite person.”

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Author of Offbeat Bride (Seal Press; 2007, 2009, 2019) and the forthcoming Shitshow After-Party (Seal Press, 2020), Ariel Meadow Stallings likes to poke at the soft places of overlap between culture, identity, relationships, and personal development.