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



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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

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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!

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The Fall issue of the San Pedro River Review, a journal edited by Jeffrey C. Alfier and Tobi R. Cogswell,is now available and on page 67-68 readers will find my poem “Wind” cleverly positioned between Charles Wilkinson’s poem “The True Sun” and “Spotlight,” a photograph by Brent Pallas. It’s an honor to be in such company.

San Pedro River Review, Vol 4, No 5, Fall 2012

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The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art will be screening three Poetry in Pictures Series films, Incantation, A Noiseless Patient Spider, and Imperfect Armor, as part of their summer Family Fun Program.  This year, the overall theme is “a family staycation,” so the focus is on places to visit or things to do in and around Memphis this summer.  One theme is Beale Street, and the films feature music and musicians.  Another highlights the great zoo in Memphis, and the films feature all kinds of wild animals.  The zoo day is when the museum will be screening Imperfect Armor.

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Last year the Family Fun Program’s average attendance was 375 people per day!

From the museum:
“Every Wednesday in June and July, come get wacky at the Brooks! Children of all ages and their adult friends can drop into our Open Artworks Studio and create a variety of projects using many different materials. They can also watch a multitude of films made just for kids. Museum admission and all activities are free, so the whole community can experience the creativity and inspiration of both the visual arts and film. Sponsored by Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.”

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I am very pleased to announce that for the third year in a row Indie Memphis is adding a Poetry In Pictures Series short film to their schedule!

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LIFE will be screened during the 14th annual Indie Memphis Film Festival in early November.  More details to follow.

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