Author Archives: Art Garden
In March, Art Gardener Ann Magill was inspired by an online friend who sent her a link to a master’s thesis on the role of monsters in Medieval literature. “As I skimmed the opening chapters, I was struck by the … Continue reading
Poet Jorie Latham reads “Two Shadows” for the Art Garden themed Shadows. Take it away, Jorie!
Cecile Lindstedt wrote her poem, My Brain, for the Art Garden themed “Secret”; thanks for the journey into the cerebral realm, Cecile! My Brain There are three ways in but only one door. 1. You may knock and enter. … Continue reading
Saxon Henry wrote this haiku for the Art Garden themed “Gold,” performing it in November 2010 when the 50th Art Garden convened. Saxon is cofounder of adroyt and maintains The Road to Promise blog. Is. Gold in the hand … Continue reading
Brian Higley reads “A Baby Girl,” his essay written for the Art Garden “Gold,” taking the phrase sympathy pains to new heights!
Tracy Strong wrote this essay for the “Shoes” Art Garden (and you can bet she won’t be wearing lime green in town anytime soon! Image © Adroyt. You Can’t Wear That in New York! “You’ll never make it; you’ll have … Continue reading
Saxon Henry wrote and performed “Girl in Combat” for the “Shoes” Art Garden. She doesn’t need to cover her feet to dance the night away!
Video © adroyt Today’s featured poet is Ann Magill. Her poem “The Treasure Hunters” speaks of the richness we all have in the elemental. You can find Ann on her blog Plato’s Nightmare/Aesop’s Dream. THE TREASURE HUNTERS We have … Continue reading
Poet Brydon Fitzgerald reads “Pinafores 1946,” which she performed at the Art Garden in Garrison.