Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Sunday Interview – Getting to Know Lynda McKinney Lambert

thank you, Sally Cronin, for such a nice writeup in Smorgasbord Magazine Blog today. I am honored to be part of The Sunday Interview series. I’ll be sharing this article on my Social Media and my 2 blogs today, too. The magazine is just gorgeous!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

My guest today is American poet and author Lynda Lambert who shares what is in her briefcase and purse, her fashion sense, a book close to her heart and dreams.

About Lynda Lambert

Lynda Lambert (b.1943) was born in Ellwood City,PA Her academic training is in Fine Arts and Literature. She was a professor of Fine Arts and Humanities until 2007 when her teaching career was cut short suddenly due to sight loss. Her art has been exhibited world wide since 1976.

Her first book _Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage_ is a collection of essays, poems, and drawings she did over a 10 year period while teaching in Salzburg, Austria

Lynda McKinney Lambert lost much of her sight in the fall of 2007, cue to Ischemic Optic Neuropathy. She retired from teaching full-time a year later.

She writes and makes mixed-media fiber art full-time. She uses adaptive technologies for the…

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2 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Sunday Interview – Getting to Know Lynda McKinney Lambert

  1. Abbie, you were the first person to interview me and do a review when the book came out. You purchased the FIRST copy of the book. Thank you so much for your support and for the thoughtful piece you posted at that time, and many other times for sharing the book or one of my posts. I deeply appreciate you for your generous spirit.

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