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LIFE received a People’s Choice Award at the Riverside Arts Center’s “Art Goes Digital” exhibit.

http://www.riversidearts.org/peoples-choice-awards-for-art-goes-digital.html

POWFest 2014

The Wind in the Trees will be screening as part of the Shorts IV: Animation / Experimental program at the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival on Sunday, March 9th at 12:00 in the main theater at the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR. cameragirl

The Wind in the Trees is an official selection of the 2014 Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival. I am thrilled to once again be part of their spectacular programming.

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“The Wind in the Trees” has been honored with the Best Experimental Short Film Award, and The Perfect Spirit Film Award by the Creative Arts Film Festival!

CAFF2013 Laurel Win CAFF2013 Award (8x10) 09 Exp 01

My poem “Santa Fe Cattle Co., Ada, OK” is now available on Work Literary Magazine’s website.

 

 

CAFF2013 Laurel Selected

 

During the month of December The Wind in the Trees  will be screening as part of the Creative Arts Film Festival.

I am pleased to announce that The Wind in Trees is an official selection of the Creative Arts Film Festival.

Still from The Wind in the Trees

Still from The Wind in the Trees

The book trailer for Holidays and Other Disasters by John G. Rodwan, Jr. is the latest creation of Rodwan Productions, LLC.

For more information about Holidays and Other Disasters visit http://www.humanistpress.com/holidays-and-other-disasters.html

My poem “Santa Fe Cattle Co., Ada, OK” is going to be published in an upcoming issue of WORK Literary Magazine. The rough draft of the poem started forming in my mind while John G. Rodwan, Jr., and I dined at the Santa Fe Cattle Co. restaurant while visiting Ada, OK for the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival in which John was one of the presenting authors. There was a young woman working at the restaurant who reminded me of myself at that age. As I observed her laboring through the evening, the words started to come together. I am very pleased that WORK Literary Magazine has chosen to publish the verse. I really cannot think of a better placement for the poem.

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