The Author’s and Artists Speak Part VI

Our final installment of the Author’s and Artists Speak features, three artists.

Pat St Pierre introduces her photograph “Yummy” and gives us just a few details about the photo.


Tim Haight gives us a glimpse into the cultural inspiration behind and his intentions in “Pilgrim’s Feet.”


Kathy O’Fallon tells us how a James Dicky piece and New York contributed to her poem “Shoe Shine.”

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2 Responses to The Author’s and Artists Speak Part VI

  1. Sandy Carpenter says:

    What fun to hear how poetry evolved from a past history! We all draw from our life stories but it isn’t often the trail emerges to follow.

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