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After the Flood is an epic saga of a future where the world has been transformed by flood. It has been published in fourteen languages and optioned for television. Chicago Tribune claimed – “It is the …

Categories: Literature

“Fired from my first job sweeping up the front room of a barber shop! Somehow the barber could tell that his equipment had been used over the weekend – I used it all to give myself a haircut – neither …

Categories: Literature

While traveling the globe, Jerry was seeing and absorbing cultures and arts from every place visited.

Categories: Art

Charles Fort is the author of six books of poetry and ten chapbooks including: The Town Clock Burning-St. Andrews Press – We Did Not Fear the Father-Red Hen Press – Darvil, Prose Poems Book 1-St. Andr …

Categories: Literature

Pat’s work reflects her interest in varied techniques and materials. She is best known for her watercolor landscapes and acrylic paintings on canvas but she is also interested in mixed media collage.

Categories: Art

“I hope through my work I am able to provide the viewer with the gift of seeing. I not only want viewers to enjoy looking at my work but to notice the true beauty of the countryside as they travel fro …

Categories: Art

Don Welch as teacher – “Teaching is the world’s most noble profession. Welch was fond of saying that classrooms are small courts where we play some of life’s biggest games. He also modeled that only l …

Categories: Literature

Probably “Prayers for the People: Carl Sandburg’s Poetry and Songs” is my most loved achievement  because these productions allowed me to bring all that I loved to one stage: music, poetry, stories, A …

Categories: Education, Literature, Music

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