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Saturday is for Sharing – Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

  Post #230

18 July 2020

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 Gifts of the Spirit

Saturday is for Sharing

Today’s Feature

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Read it Here!

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Meet the Authors –

#Thriller Daniel Kemp

#Poetry Lynda McKinney Lambert

#YAFantasy Jean Lee

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Miss Opal and Lynda  are glad to share Smorgasbord Blog Magazine and Sally’s Café and Bookstore with you today.  

 

 

 

 

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More…

Gifts of the Spirit Blog, by Lynda McKinney Lambert. Copyright 2020. All rights reserved.

 Lynda is the author of 4 books:

* Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage Buy it!

Lynda’s first collection of stories, poems, and journal reflections. Kota Press, January 1, 2003.

* Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems Buy it!

Lynda’s 2nd book.  Publication DLD Books, 2017.

*Star Signs: New & Selected Poems     See it here!

54 poems 145 pages.  DLD Books, 2019.

AND… her FIRST CHAPBOOK

first snow   Check it out!

Poems with a Wintry Theme.  Published by Finishing Line Press, January 2020.

 

 

Thank you for visiting today.

Miss Opal and Lynda McKinney Lambert

Contact Miss Opal and Lynda at:  riverwoman@zoominternet.net

Your COMMENTS, QUESTIONS, and SUGGESTIONS are always welcome.  I love to hear what you think.  Send me a note and please leave a comment.

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Poetry, Art and Space

Post #229

July 7, 2020

Poetry, Art

and Space

by Lynda McKinney Lambert

Copyright July 7, 2020. All rights reserved.

Recently, someone wrote to me with a question about how I read a poem using technologies for the blind.

I have a visual impairment and cannot read by looking at a page.  Instead, after I write a poem, I can see it on a computer screen that has a black background with white text. It must be blown up – 8 times normal.  I have a screen reader that reads the work to me, also.

 

When I want to do a presentation to a group in a public setting. I put my poems on a device that is a digital recorder. It is small, and fits into the palm of my hand.  I have previously recorded my poems, one line at a time, onto the device.  I use an earpiece, and with just the touch of a button, I can hear the poem.  I speak what I hear – line by line – and this is how I do a presentation. It works for me.

Question:  How do you eliminate the spaces between lines where the machine tells you what to say?

I am not sure what you are asking with this question.

This implies to me that you believe there is something undesirable  about a space or moments, when I read a poem out loud.

Do you mean the use of space when reading a poem?

Or, in viewing an art work?

Is it the use of space when writing the poem or creating a work of art?

 

Does filling spaces mean a continuous stream of chatter?

Is it like watching TV programming or listening to the radio?

No, it is not a commercial concern for filling up space with something else.  I view the space as a shape in time.

 

 

In writing and in art, space is an important thing to recognize and experience.  It gives us room to think and discover, at the same time we are reading, viewing, feeling  or listening.

Silent spaces are crucial to poetry – in writing a poem,, reading a poem aloud, and contemplating meaning. Begin to think of space as an actual place – it is a LANDSCAPE as tangible as a TREE , or  RIVER.

 

In the poetry and art classrooms, space is essential. Long silences are important as students become a co-creator with the author or the artist who created the work they are viewing.

Understanding goes much deeper than speech.

 

I am very aware of space when I read – I want to be patient and take time for space to be experienced.

Space allows for breath – and it is breath that is the scaffolding on which the poem exists. I never read by thinking about “a line.”   I am much more intent on breath and space when I read anything. It takes many years to begin to understand that in reading a poem, one must learn to fall into it – to lay in it, to travel deeply into it physically and conceptually.

The poem/art requires the entire body to get to an understanding of it.

 

My work is influenced by Japanese ideals of balance and meaning.

 

For instance, I have a large Zen Meditation Garden which I tend daily. Traditionally, this type of garden is the opposite of what most people think of as a garden.

No flowers.

No waterfall or fountain.

No decorations.

It is about the entire space.

It is a complete world inside of the perimeter of the short wall of hand- cut barn stones

Instead the garden is about symmetry, textures, and nature as a metaphor.

Every space is an important element and part of the whole concept of stillness and timelessness.

 

Empty space is very important in art and in poetry – yet, it is not really empty. It holds meaning.

Think of Japanese woodcut prints. Empty space holds as much – or even more – meaning as the imagery does.

Filling up every  space is cluttering. 

I think visual and auditory space is as important as words. Space gives time for contemplation and anticipation in a way that is powerful.

 

As I read aloud, I have no thoughts of eliminating space. It is the same if I am reading quietly in my office or before an audience. I am speaking my own words and thoughts.

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Star Signs: New and Selected Poems

By Lynda McKinney Lambert

 Click on the link of my name, above to SEE MY BOOK on SMASHWORDS –

Star Signs: New and Selected Poems

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Lynda Lambert covers a wide terrain of subjects and topics in this new book, from lights to legends to seasons, treating us to images and metaphors about plants, people and weather. She opens this large collection with the title poem, Star Signs, which walks us through the alphabet as it digs through thoughts, emotions and observations, “Using star signs to map out new terrain.”

Throughout this book of poems, these gems of poetic creation shimmer like beads on her fabric art, like bold brush strokes of color on her paintings, and reflect light like the gemstones on her prize–winning piece of mixed–media fiber artwork. It seems this entire collection is like a multifaceted mural.

Her attentiveness to nature and strong reflections from memory have woven from a collage of remnants a beautiful tapestry for us. It offers a wonderful feast for the eyes and the mind.

—Wesley D. Sims, author of Taste of Change
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Here is a poem from this book:

Painting in Mid–October

Autumn’s morning light revealed changes
Undermined the scarlet–red palette
Taking center stage on the painting
Undulating rain cast gray–violet hues
Misty diffusion brought a new perspective
Not anticipated yesterday
Aroused the softened brushstrokes
Layered over the primed canvas.
Dying is a careful arrangement
A graceful staged performance
Yellow leaves are faithful dancers
Spectacular choreography!

 

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Available ebook format at SMASHWORDS.

 

SMASHWORDS ASKED  LYNDA to describe her WRITING PROCESS.

READ her RESPONSE to the QUESTION!

 

$2.99 on SMASHWORDS today!

 

I work back and forth between ADDING and SUBTRACT ING.

I BUILD and I DESTROY.
Writing poetry, for me,  is a dance with materials – senses – images.

I order chaos and find balance.

Lynda McKinney Lambert – Smashwords,  March 9, 2019.

 

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NOW

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My Books

Amazon Authors Page

Star Signs: New & Selected Poems

Website

FaceBook

Recent Anthology Publication

 

Copyright 2020. Lynda McKinney Lambert. All rights reserved.

 My MISSION STATEMENT

  • I am the keeper of memories. I distil and share them through my art and writing.
  • I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
  • I bring “Gifts to the King” through spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.

 

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Poetry – Stories – Music – Art

Post #227

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

FEATURE – Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems

by Pennsylvania author and artist,

Lynda McKinney Lambert

POETRY – STORIES –  MUSIC – NATURE

Listen to Lillian Yves reading a story from this book – NOW.

 

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Book Review

for

VISIONAWARE

by Beckie Ann Horter

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Celebrating our successes as visually-impaired people is an essential step on the journey to healing. Peer advisor Lynda McKinney Lambert knows this firsthand.

After profound vision loss in 2007 due to Ischemic Optic Neuropathy, Lynda did not use a computer for almost two years. When she finally did re-learn her way around the computer, with the help of adaptive technology, she decided to celebrate in a memorable way. She started a blog.

 

Lynda’s blog, Walking by Inner Vision, grew and grew over a seven-year period. Last year, she decided to collect her stories and poems in a delightful book by the same name.

 

Walking by Inner Vision: Stories and Poems is Lynda’s second book. The first, Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage, was published in 2003 by Kota Press.

 

Lynda is an artist and a retired professor of Fine Arts and Humanities from Geneva College. Her artistic background permeates her writing in an unmistakeable style, painting word pictures and setting vivid scenes. Her black and white photography accompanies several stories and adds to the visual appeal.

 

“This book takes readers into the mind of an artist, how we work in layers, seeing connections between history, philosophy, psychology, and nature. It’s the artist’s job to tell the things others don’t notice. We see nuances and fragments—these things spark the mind,” Lynda says.

 

Walking by Inner Vision is arranged as a year-long pilgrimage from January through December. Each month begins with a poem and reflects the happenings unique to its time and place. For example, in “March Arrived Like a Capricious Cat,” she speaks of the changeable nature of late winter in her native Western Pennsylvania.

 

“Glass wind chimes

hang

immovable

stiff

shrouded in new snow

March arrived like a capricious cat

crouched—

hunkered down, bent over

spring-loaded, squat

Changeable!”

 

Throughout the 16 poems and 27 essays, Lynda views her world through the lens of beauty, even in the midst of vision loss.

 

“I want to give people a strand of hope to hold on to,” says Lynda. Her personal Christian faith provides the anchor for her own hope and optimism.

 

“I believe we were created to be image bearers, as the Bible teaches, and that we are called for a purpose,” she says.

 

Lynda draws on her wealth of experiences to offer the reader a treasure chest of reading variety. While some stories are light and humorous (“A Wintry Tale”), others are poignant, like the story of her mother’s last family gathering and ensuing struggle with Alzheimer’s (“The Living Room”).

 

Regardless of the form—free verse or creative non-fiction—one thing remains consistent: lingering images stay with you long after the book is finished. You have been taken into the world of Lynda’s inner vision. And all is well.

 

The artist has done her job.

Note: Read MORE from Beckie Ann Horter

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Walking by Inner Vision: Stories and Poems – GET A free 30 page sample  by going to Lynda’s author page:

http://www.dldbooks.com/lyndalambert/

 

The book comes in e-book, Kindle, and print formats. Cost is $3.99 for e-book and Kindle; $14.95 for print copies. It is also available online through Barnes & Noble, Amazon or anywhere books are sold.

ALSO AVAILABLE as AUDIBLE – read by Lillian Yves.

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Lynda’s comment on her book:

I work back and forth between ADDING and SUBTRACT ING.

I BUILD and I DESTROY.
Writing poetry, for me,  is a dance with materials – senses – images.

I order chaos and find balance.

Lynda McKinney Lambert – Smashwords,  March 9, 2019.

 

$3.99 on SMASHWOR?DS today!

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My Books

Amazon Authors Page

Star Signs: New & Selected Poems

Website

FaceBook

Recent Anthology Publication

 

Copyright 2020. Lynda McKinney Lambert. All rights reserved.

 My MISSION STATEMENT

  • I am the keeper of memories. I distil and share them through my art and writing.
  • I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
  • I bring “Gifts to the King” through spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.

 

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Poetry – Stars – Nature

Post #226

Thursday, June 4, 2020

NEW- Star Signs: New and Selected Poems

by Pennsylvania author and artist,

Lynda McKinney Lambert

POETRY – STARS – NAT”URE

$2.99 on SMASHWOR?DS today!

 

Take a LOOK – Smashwords – E-book

READ a 20% SAMPLE for FREE.

 

SMASHWORDS ASKED  LYNDA to describe her WRITING PROCESS.

READ her RESPONSE to the QUESTION!

 

$2.99 on SMASHWOR?DS today!

 

I work back and forth between ADDING and SUBTRACT ING.

I BUILD and I DESTROY.
Writing poetry, for me,  is a dance with materials – senses – images.

I order chaos and find balance.

Lynda McKinney Lambert – Smashwords,  March 9, 2019.

 

$2.99 on SMASHWOR?DS today!

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My Books

Amazon Authors Page

Star Signs: New & Selected Poems

Website

FaceBook

Recent Anthology Publication

 

Copyright 2020. Lynda McKinney Lambert. All rights reserved.

 My MISSION STATEMENT

  • I am the keeper of memories. I distil and share them through my art and writing.
  • I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
  • I bring “Gifts to the King” through spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.

 

 

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Is Art History for Dummies?

 

Post #224

18 May 2020

Is Art History for Dummies?

Should a Visual Artist Take Courses

in Art History?

 

 

Why does a Visual Arts student study Art History?

Because the HISTORY of ART  relates to the study and practice of art making in the studio AND  Knowledge of Art History is important for a VIEWER to know about when looking at a work of art.  Knowledge of ART HISTORY  enlightens all people to SEE their WORLD in greater depth.

I am a strong supporter of the study of art history for all visual artists.

The more courses in Art History that an artist takes in the university, the stronger that artist becomes in their craft.  Art History is the GROUND on which we STAND. It is our FIRM FOUNDATION.

We must study our roots  in the arts – we need to ask,

” where did this idea come from?”

We cannot begin to understand the current epoch without understanding the past in which different people lived. What they left behind is the CULTURE.  We learn that CULTURE is NOT the PEOPLE – not the people group alone,

 

CULTURE  is WHAT IS LEF BEHIND by that people group that is the CULTURE we  study. And, I believe it is a life-long pursuit of learning.  We must seek to learn from the PRIMARY SOURCES in our FIELD.  We WANT  to see how that creative work teaches us about  those people who made them. We sift through the information left behind  in writing, music, art, history, philosophy, and all aspects  of learning.

We are SCHOLARS of the ARTS.

We study wide and we study deep.

Every idea we have arrived from a source.

Do we get ideas from “nowhere?”

Nothing has just hit us by accident – plopped down an idea in our head.

Ideas are based on what we learned in some way.  If we do not study the history of our craft, we are lost at sea, floating about without being grounded.  We have no core values, and we have no  understanding of why we create what we do create.

 

Why not begin your own study of ART HISTORY and begin to learn more about your world?

Don’t be a Dummy!

For additional insight on this topic and how the music student is affected by it you van visit John Crawford’s School of Music Blog.

Take me there now!

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This post is a GIFT from Lynda McKinney Lambert.

Copyright May 18, 2020.  All rights Reserved.

You may share my post with your friends but please remember to respect my copyright and include it in your shared post. Thank you!

I love you for that!

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Mission Statement for Lynda McKinney Lambert, Author & Artist

I am the keeper of memories. I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
I bring  Gifts  to the King  through spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.
I bring Gifts to the King  through brilliant colors, precious materials, and tiny movements of my slender needle – one stitch at a time.
My writing and my artworks are personal prayers, my Gifts to the King.
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“Self Portrait” by Lynda McKinney Lambert.

Photo taken at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.
“I’ll see you at the top!”
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My Mission Statement

Post #223

15 May 2020

Write a Mission Statement

 

Photo: “Caribbean Sea,”  pottery, by Lynda McKinney Lambert.

 

 

In December, Sara Joseph a Christian artist in Texas, challenged her friends to write a Mission Statement.  She asked that we pray about it and ask God to show us what our Mission really is and how we live it.

This way of considering a Mission Statement is different from what I have experienced  in my past positions in museum management and in higher education.  Those ones were created by a team of people employed by the museum or the college.  It was a team effort and we worked until we reached consensus.  Now, Sara s asking us to look deep inside of our creative life and pray about what God would guide us to do and be as an individual creative person. This was much different than past experiences.

Since  last December, I’ve spent a lot of quiet moments alone with God and talking with him about my personal and professional mission. I’ve asked him to show me a different perspective in what I do that is a benefit to others in my writing and art making.  I’ve considered how my gifts and passions are reflected in my work.

Sara told us that  our Mission Statement would probably  be revealws  to us in fragments – little bits and pieces at a time.  And, it has!  Over the past five months I have been given more insight into the value of who I am and what I do.

The first insight came on January 1, 2020.  This is the day when I set my intentions for the year according to One Word that will be with me for the year.  This year, 2020,  marks the 6th time for me to choose One Word and live it out for the year.

The word  that came to me is “Gifts.”

Sara also encouraged her readers to consider every creative act we do this year as “Gifts for the King.” 

 

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com

As a Christian, my King is Jesus. 

 

My  purpose and pleasure  is  to

make and present my GIFTS to my King.

 

I am thinking about everything I create this year as a Gift for the  King.

This  led me to understanding what my

Mission is and to write a Mission Statement that is mine.

Five months from the time I started praying about it, I have written my statement.

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Mission Statement for Lynda McKinney Lambert, Author & Artist

I am the keeper of memories. I reveal what is forgotten, lost, or unseen.
I bring  Gifts  to the King  through spare poems and thoughtful personal essays.
I bring Gifts to the King  through brilliant colors, precious materials, and tiny movements of my slender needle – one stitch at a time.
My writing and my artworks are personal prayers, my Gifts to the King.

For contemplation –

What  is your calling or your mission in life?
What is your  unique gift that is of value to other people?
How is your gift manifested in everything you do as a creative person?
Write out your Mission Statement as it is  revealed to you by God as you seek his wisdom and revelation in your creative life.  Keep in mind, it will most likely be very slow in coming to you.  But when a piece of it comes, you will know it.  Write it down and keep on praying for guidance and eventually you will have your Mission Statement that is just for you.
Self Portrait of the Artist, Lynda McKinney Lambert.
Photo taken at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.Lynda with Camera
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Stay at HOME and Write HAIKU with the Kids

Post #220

25 March 2020

morning haze

red-breasted robins

daffodils

 

 

 

Write a Haiku Poem Today!

This  would be a good activity to do with the children – but even if you are alone, it is fun to do.

I’ve been on a HAIKU WRITING BINGE for the past couple of weeks – and this season seems to be particularly inspiriting. (Is that a word? If not, it’s a great new one to me.)

 

 

This HAIKU is from my morning walk with my dogs.

This is a great activity to do with the kids or by yourself as we stay in our homes and do our part to help in the crisis right now.

 

STAYING AT HOME WITH THE KIDS?

Here is something you can DO TOGETHER

It is FREE

You  need  a piece of paper and a pencil or pen.

And, your observation skills.

GE DIGITAL CAMERAP

 

hoto:  White Lilacs..

 

white lilacs

heady aroma

flourishing

 

 

 

 

 

Turn off the TV and keep your focus on the unique day that we can celebrate.

This is a perfect SPRING DAY – birds are singing and calling to each other.

The mist is refreshing the entire landscape and the little spring plants are beginning to pop up from beneath the dull brown leaves that kept them protected during winter.

Take a WALK outside

GATHER some INFORMATION – 

 

come BACK INSIDE and  WRITE a HAIKU POEM about your experience.

 

HAIKU is a celebration of NATURE and SEASONS.

 

Write a HAIKU of CELEBRATION wherever you are..

 

It is a 3-line poem –

 

Line 1: 3 syllables

Line 2: 5 syllables

Line 3: 3 Syllables

 

Tips for writing a Haiku.

 

First:

Focus on a SEASON.

You will be painting a picture of a SEASON with just 3 lines.

 

Second:

Choose words that REVEAL the SEASON.

Don’t name the SEASON or MONTH.

Your 3 lines will make a picture of that season or month.

 

Third:

You have a limited syllable count, (3 – 5 – 3 )

Carefully chosen words will make a picture of the season.

 

Don’t waste the syllable count on little words that don’t help to paint the picture.

 

I never use words such as: me, I, you, me, the, this, be, them, for, it, a.

 

You want each word to be the focus and not put in distractions that take your attention away from what you are SHOWING in the poem.

 

No title, no capitalization, and no punctuation.

Your space is precious so you want to use only strong words that give meaning and life to your Haiku.

 

This is a JAPANESE FORM of POEM.

Have FUN.

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I challenge you to write a HAIKU today and POST IT on your FB Timeline.

 

Your HAIKU may lift someone’s spirits and bring them a moment of happiness.

Be sure to TAG me or post your HAIKU in the COMMENTS SECTION here.

so I can see it, too!

 

Lynda McKinney Lambert

My Books

-https://llambert363.blog/my-books/

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Books

first snow, chapbook

 

Star Signs: New and Selected Poems

 

Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems

 

Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage

 

E-books on Smashwords

 

 

Social Media

Lynda’s Author Page at Amazon

Lynda’s Page at DLD Books

Lynda’s Website & Blog

 

 

 

 

 

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About Your JOB Description

  Post #212
31 August 2019

Do you know what your J O B in life is?

ONLY YOU CAN Do It!

 

 

Below:  Photos of Lynda at work in her fiber art studio.

Top Photo shows a collection of beads she will be using to create a talisman.

 

 

Bottom Photo: Lynda at work using her Acrobat CCTV.  

Lynda, at work on a fiber art project. She uses an Acrobat CCTV, which magnifies the tiny beads and stitches for her on a closed circuit television screen. Lynda is visually impaired and uses a variety of technologies for the blind to do her intricate work in art and writing.

 

 

 

Your JOB DESCRIPTION is CUSTOM MADE  for YOU!

Have you contemplated what God has for YOU to do in this world?

I received this note yesterday from a dear friend 

who has always inspired me to be the best “ME” that I can be.

Let this be a reminder, Lynda, that our job is to do our job and outcomes are up to God.   Someday you will be amazed when you find out how many people you have inspired.

~Dr. Ann Paton, E-mail message, August 30, 2019.

As an Artist and Writer, I have a very clear JOB DESCRIPTION.
I preserve MEMORIES and I celebrate BEAUTY.
This is MY JOB DESCRIPTION.

“Do the WORK.

And, Keep on DOING THE WORK.”

That’s it!

God takes it from there – my WORK is COMPLETE when I have shared it and only GOD knows WHO will benefit from it.

The PEOPLE my work will reach and what they will receive from it – is not my  JOB.

This article is written and shared by Lynda McKinney Lambert.

Copyright 2019. All rights reserved.

See all of my books right here!

My newest book is   Star Signs: New & Selected Poems, KDP, 2019.

Lots more about Lynda’s books – click here!

 

Lynda’s  SMART TIP:

The holidays are not-so-far-away.

Perhaps you would like to purchase a few copies of my books,  for gifting  this year.  Several people have contacted me and want me to sign the books they will be gifting and I can do that for you – just let me know how many you want and send me a list of the names you want put into the book.

My interview with  the amazing author, A. L. butcher,  was published on her blog.  I think you’ll know more about me after you read this interview.

I appreciate the opportunity of sharing my life with friends and supporters.

Thank you, A.J. Butcher,  for this feature article.  I really enjoyed doing it with you.

A Day in the Life of… Lynda McKinney Lambert: 

Read it Here!


Lynda
MFA, West Virginia University
BFA and MA from Slippery Rock University of PA

Lynda  was professor of fine arts and humanities at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA until her retirement in 2008. Since that time,

Lynda  writes and makes her mixed media fiber art full-time from See it here!

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Lynda authored 3 published books:

*** Star Signs: New and Selected Poems, KDP, 2019.

*** Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems,  CreateSpace, 2017.

*** Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage,  2003, Kota Press.  See it Here!

 

 

For signed copies of Lynda’s books, inquire here:

E-mail: riverwoman@zoominternet.net

 Visit Lynda’s Blogs:

SCAN-a-BLOG:  See it Here!

Walking by Inner Vision:  Read it Here!

 

104 River Road, Ellwood City, PA 16117

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I LOVE YOU for THAT!

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