An illustrated letter, invitation, and audio experience for climate activists, artists and concerned beings

Available now until Summer Solstice June 20, 2024


you are invited to come as you are,
with your love, your grief, your joy, your rage,
your clarity, your questions, your softness, your strength.

you are invited to experience our 20 minute recording and our card,
as your intuition guides you.

you are invited to be anywhere you feel supported, held, and present,
in stillness or in motion,
in solitude or with others.

you are invited to honor your own body and spirit
and to adapt any written or spoken invitation, as needed.


Listen here for the 20 minute audio experience
headphones or good speakers are suggested for the most full experience.
Click here to listen on

you are invited to print or digitally share this experience with others!
Click here to download and print the card
Click here for instructions on how to fold it
Click here to download and print invitations

you can mail the physical copies of the letter and these invitations to somebody else
and/or simply share the link to the website.


may this love letter nurture the places in you most in need of care,
and may it support you in honoring all the ways we are connected.


Directed by Nana Dakin
Creative Producers: Lanxing Fu and Jem Pickard of Superhero Clubhouse
Music and Additional Words: Nehemiah Luckett
Words and Additional Music: Orion S. Johnstone
Visual Designer: Lexy Ho-Tai
Audio Mixing and Master Engineer: Mauricio Escamilla
Guest Voice Performer: vickie washington
Guest Cello Performer: Marika Hughes

This project originated as part of the 2020-21 Clubbed Thumb Directing Fellowship.

Special Thanks: Clubbed Thumb Fellows & Mentors, Maria Striar, Michael Bugler, Kim Golding, Julia Barry, Eva von Schweinitz, Claire Moodey, Squad Goals Collective.

The artists who developed this project were working from the occupied lands of the Pennacook, Wabenaki Confederacy, Abenaki, Canarsie & Munsee Lenape, and Tiwa. Learn about the Indigenous lands you occupy by visiting

"My favorite listening experience, and always just when I need it. Where do my ears end, where does Love Letter to a Seed begin?" -Dan Tainow, NYC Park Ranger