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  • FC had a thought about Berlin Reading on 2016-02-28 03:10:58

    Original artwork by Christophe Dessaigne - "The Miracle and the Sleeper"

  • Twitter had a thought about The Disclaimer on 2015-06-08 10:40:50

    There is definately a great deal to learn abbout this topic. I like alll the points you've made.

  • оставлю had a thought about Lamento, Claustro, and Entrada on 2015-05-19 05:11:12

    It's impressive that you are getting ideas from this paragraph as well as from our discussion made here.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Lamento, Claustro, and Entrada on 2014-08-28 23:51:06

    These poems have captured the core of Spain and the Flamenco spirit. They encompass the pain, the joy and the depth of the rich and ancient Spanish culture. I find them to be very deep and very moving. Please keep them coming Mr. Chandler.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Spring Reading at Beyond Baroque on 2014-02-13 22:39:31

    I listened to "The Lure" several times and found it to be both dark and exciting at the same time. Dark because all evidence of the bird walking on the sand is washed away, kind of like life can become eventually. Exciting because the bird flies off into the darkness and the unknown, which none of us can see but we still go there anyway.

  • FC had a thought about Wind In Her Hair on 2014-01-21 04:50:17

    Fred Chandler's poem, "Wind in her Hair" served as inspiration for a song by Robert Lee Roth, a singer from Norway who sang with the band Max Uflax. Roth is a fan of Fred’s poetry, which he says is brilliant, a cross between Jim Morrison and Arthur Rimbaud. Roth has since launched a solo career, where he endeavors in writing, singing, and poetry projects. A poster for "Wind in her Hair" can be purchased in the shop on this website. Academy Award winner Catherine Martin employed her creative team to design the poster. The limited edition print comes signed by both Fred Chandler and Bruce Botnick, who was an engineer for The Doors.  "I'm always touched when other artists read my work and use it in their medium. This is the second time a musician has created a song from a poem I've written. The musicians' work never disappoints, only surprises. I hope you agree. Just listen..." - Fred Chandler To hear Roth's song inspired by Fred's poem "Wind in her Hair," click on the audio link below the poem.

  • New Poetry Publication - The Lure - Voices Israel Annual Anthology had a thought about Spring Reading at Beyond Baroque on 2014-01-16 03:40:55

    […] You can listen to an audio recording of “The Lure” from a recent reading at Beyond Baroque here. […]

  • Alvaro Hardy had a thought about Hello for NYC on 2013-10-09 10:48:13

    Encore (Sculpture in wood, 1976 – 50 x 50 x 30 cm) From one angle, the sculpture depicts a pianist. But if you turn it by 90 degrees you will see a violinist. The third photo shows an intermediate point of view, where you can see how the pianist transforms into the violinist. This wooden sculpture consists of two silhouettes (the pianist and the violinist) at 90° angles to each other. In fact, you can create an endless variety of these silhouette sculptures simply by carefully cutting a block from two different silhouettes at 90° angles to each other. Fukuda has made a large number of sculptures utilizing this technique, and his discovery of this principle led to the first utilization of his work in three-dimensional forms. “Encore” is part of a series of metamorphosing musicians captured at different stages of a concert.

  • alex halpern had a thought about Spring Reading at Beyond Baroque on 2013-05-02 18:17:16

    Hi Fred, This was great. Really inspiriting and rejuvenating. see you soon. al

  • Jack Gao had a thought about The Wall on 2013-05-02 03:54:06

    Wow, wow, wow!! It's truly amazing!! You make our lives in China much more fun. Thank you FRED!!

  • Development had a thought about Spring Reading at Beyond Baroque on 2013-04-29 02:03:53

    Original artwork by Patrica Ariel – "Primavera"

  • ‘Wind in Her Hair’ Poster available in the Shop | Fred Chandler had a thought about Shop on 2013-03-30 19:52:46

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  • Sherwin had a thought about The Wall on 2013-01-04 23:45:36

    Really amazing artwork all over the site. This not to be over shadowed by the wonderful words of Mr. Chandler! His words flow and are true and they are words to accept, absorb, and to meditate on.

  • Tom had a thought about Singing To You and Chapters on 2013-01-01 01:20:05

    This is really great work. Congrats man.

  • Development had a thought about Singing To You and Chapters on 2012-12-28 19:30:50

    Artwork credit: di9.in

  • alex had a thought about April Recording - Beyond Baroque Collection on 2012-04-27 22:06:37

    Hi Fred, I really enjoyed Shush and TE....they both transported me outside of my own world into someplace more ancient and profound. thanks for sharing. alex

  • Janine D. had a thought about New Audio Release - Beyond Baroque Select Collection on 2012-03-05 21:39:22

    I loved "The Hypocrite." I'm not a religious person, but I understand and appreciate the need for redemption, even though I'm still not convinced some of my past behavior is all that terrible. I found it interesting how despite asking for a priest, and asking for absolution, The Hypocrite still finds it appropriate to blame others for his actions. It really speaks to the less pleasant aspects of human nature.

  • Mark Renton had a thought about New Audio Release - Beyond Baroque Select Collection on 2012-03-04 04:20:30

    This is a far superior way to take in some poetry. Listening to the author himself takes it to new depths.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about New Audio Release - Beyond Baroque Select Collection on 2012-02-29 23:29:10

    When I listened to "Prodigy" it just reminded me of how inspiration can come from such a simple place. I like the way Mr.Candler has weaved the sound of a single note from a reed flute into a gushing fountain of hope and joy.

  • Development had a thought about New Audio Release - Beyond Baroque Select Collection on 2012-02-23 05:01:57

    Original artwork by Joey Remmers entitled “The Long Walk”. http://www.joeyremmers.com

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-31 22:44:08

    Mark, I will be reading 3 poems this Sunday at Beyond Baroque. Those poems will be recorded and put up on my website to hear. We'll place the poems on Pick Of Week in about two weeks. Thank you for your cogent comment.

  • Mark Renton had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-31 21:21:16

    Hearing the poet speak the words himself elevates the work. It also clarifies the poems true meaning. Will there be anymore recordings posted?

  • Karrie Mensing had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-28 20:54:34

    How moving... Simple and elegant like the bird's song which holds great meaning- an exquisite poem!

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-23 00:01:30

    Such a beautiful poem. Remembering a horrible day, but being reminded by that single little bird, that life goes on, even if it's only one song at a time.

  • Anita Brandt Burgoyne had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-14 23:53:37

    I love the simple beauty of this poem. The city's sad silence broken only by the beautiful song of the little bird hidden in the little park. Lovely.

  • Development had a thought about Tribute to 9/11 on 2011-10-12 19:40:12

    Original artwork by Nuu - http://nuu.deviantart.com/art/The-Shipyard-78407902

  • eBooks now available for iPad, Kindle & Nook had a thought about Shop on 2011-09-13 14:36:36

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  • Development had a thought about The Wall on 2011-09-02 14:54:43

    New publications on Danse Macabre...check it out! http://dansemacabre.art.officelive.com/DeliriumPoetica.aspx

  • Host to the Holiday Weekend's Reading had a thought about X Factor on 2011-07-09 02:37:18

    [...] Fred read four short poems dealing with the central themes of death, fear, and the coming end: “X Factor,” “Baptized,” “A Spinning Earth,” and “What Exactly.” The reading [...]

  • Leon Cohen had a thought about X Factor on 2011-06-17 19:48:09

    how can we understand death if we don't live to the fullest, Only after we invade our inner soul with the pleasures and emotions of life can fear find us..... and ultimately fear death. i am also the captain on my deck and to many in my circles, the X factor. Enjoyed your poems...... it's fun to write as sometimes that is the only way to find ourselves..... Life moves quickly so death is always close.....but yet so unreal to most! Leon Cohen

  • Nick had a thought about The Wall on 2011-06-17 16:47:16

    I can read these poems over and over again -- they are like visiting the Redwoods or wandering through a desolate valley. One can wonder and contemplate their existence and, when least expected, encounter a great truth. They remind us the secrets of the universe are told every day in the sights and sounds we so often ignore.

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-26 23:32:19

    Thanks everyone for all of your great comments! Always nice to hear feedback!

  • Sarena Cohen had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-26 23:30:16

    I really liked the photographs and paintings paired together with the poems!

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-26 23:22:38

    Mark, I do. And it was published. Go to ABOUT and it is listed under publications. Click on it and you can read it. Tell me what you think.

  • Mark had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-26 22:41:26

    Do you have any food related poems?

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-25 22:37:35

    Anita, I'm very touched how much Sacred Refuge touched you.

  • Anita Brandt Burgoyne had a thought about Sacred Refuge on 2011-05-19 04:25:21

    I've never been very good at understanding the metaphors and meanings of poetry in general, but somehow listening to you (or someone else) read them make them so much more accessible. I love this poem. It makes me think about my dad who passed away 18 years ago. The place you describe seems so lovely, I'd like to think that's where he is. Thank you, they're like words of comfort.

  • Jon Courtney had a thought about The Wall on 2011-05-02 23:30:42

    I thought "Tender to the Touch" was a very romantic and touching poem. I married my high school sweetheart and the poem made me think of the long journey of our relationship. As a child my parents didn't help me to understand the sometimes challenging reality of marriage. I soon discovered that as "dreaming fades to waking" it takes real hard work and patience to keep a marriage successful. Now I understand that though physical passions overtime may diminish, with a strong healthy love you will feel that "ending was never enough."

  • fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-04-24 17:27:24

    Patrick Gregston, I am now offering my 3 books of poetry as eBooks which will include many of my audio readings. So now you can use your cell phone, eReader or iPad to hear my readings and read my poems!

  • Patrick Gregston had a thought about Casting Call on 2011-03-30 17:10:41

    Such a pleasant surprise to hear rather than read, and further have sonic treatment. May this be the new standard in poetry publishing. Could we push to mobile devices on a poem of the day service?

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-24 12:46:48

    Travis, a very interesting choice. You picked one of my poems Kerplunk, which is a favorite of Alex Garland. I know and worked with Alex on Danny Boyle’s movies 28 Days Later and Sunshine. Alex also wrote the best selling novel The Beach.

  • Travis had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-19 22:53:07

    Hey Fred, I really like Kerplunk and the artwork with it is great. Keep up the good work!

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-19 22:50:21

    Mark, in 2007 I was in Sydney, Australia and was enlightened by a Zen Master. I wrote my first poem entitled The Last Light of Day on July, 27, 2007. I have been writing ever since.

  • Mark had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-18 01:31:20

    I don't mean to be forward, but could the author answer a simple question? How, when and why did this poetry thing of yours started?

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-16 22:30:00

    Travis, Thank you for your kind comment. Is there any favorite poems you liked?

  • Travis had a thought about The Wall on 2011-03-15 12:51:43

    This is a great site!

  • Paul had a thought about Beyond Baroque Feedback on 2011-03-10 17:34:13

    Too haggard, impatient and stupid to cope with another reading where it’s more about performance than what’s performed, Fred’s work and delivery is a relief…a uniform tonic to rapid-fire, too hot/cold, hyper-political, IMPORTANTLY forgettable snippets one can’t help but drown in. I always have to feel/find some pattern: the loaded moment in “Twisted,” the inherited sin of “Crab Apple,” the life-cycle commodity of “The Disclaimer” – they rapidly rack focus between the contents of within to the context we’re haplessly tossed into. I concede I’m biased, but not apolitical, and the relief I find in Fred’s work is its lack of an agenda: I’m allowed for a few fleeting moments to reflect on the reflection, not burn a flag or march or be angry. I’m a fragment, spatter or flicker of something much greater, and that’s okay…and that’s a relief.

  • Development had a thought about Twisted on 2011-03-10 10:39:17

    Published March 2011 - Splizz Magazine

  • Development had a thought about Ephemeral on 2011-03-03 16:51:58

    New Poem, Just Released! With Photography by Peter Macdonald

  • Development had a thought about Empyrean Lights on 2011-03-01 11:03:41

    NEW - Just Released! Original artwork by Ken Wesley

  • Mark had a thought about Scream the Hymn on 2011-02-22 01:27:12

    This feels like it's supposed to be read at the start of something. Like a protest, rock concert or a ritual sacrifice on a pyramid.

  • Andrew Monaco had a thought about Guitar Czar on 2011-02-16 00:33:34

    Fred Chandler is one of the coolest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. For those who haven't met fred face to face I suggest reading this poem and you will know exactly what I mean.

  • Andrew Monaco had a thought about Just Listen on 2011-02-13 23:53:48

    Very a little words need to written in order to evoke emotion and thought. This is a perfect example of that

  • fred Chandler had a thought about Fait Accompli on 2011-02-07 23:35:52

    Acnezine, thank you for your response to Fait Accompli. I do study earthly bees and the universal ones too!

  • acnezine had a thought about Fait Accompli on 2011-02-05 23:20:17

    It’s arduous to find knowledgeable people on this subject, but you sound like you know what you’re speaking about! Thanks

  • Sarah had a thought about Far Reach on 2011-02-03 05:37:18

    Love how this poem is set to music. Look forward to hearing more!

  • daniel perlin had a thought about Just Listen on 2011-02-02 19:40:37

    As Debussy once wrote, music is the space between the notes. This simple poem reminds me of the almost impressionistic nature of trying to capture a moment in time, a piece of music. The compelling contradictions of imagery almost act as a quick dadaist sketch, almost a musique concrete gesture. It really approaches simplicity, the most difficult of goals. Nice work!

  • Ralph Winter had a thought about Casting Call on 2011-02-01 01:17:34

    very cool my friend..great art demands this.

  • Susan Graef had a thought about Casting Call on 2011-01-31 09:24:14

    Saving all humanity on deaf ears... or no ears at all... I wonder. Chilling and touching.

  • Craig had a thought about Far Reach on 2011-01-26 22:05:24

    Outstanding! Can't wait to hear more

  • Lily had a thought about Far Reach on 2011-01-26 19:50:13

    This song is so beautiful. Please record more like it. Such a great interpretation of Fred's poetry.

  • Aimee Flaherty had a thought about Lost in You on 2011-01-25 19:45:41

    Freddy C, I'm so happy to see that your poetry has evolved so much. This poem is beautiful, it really evokes the playful passions of first touches. I'm so proud of you. And this web site is fantastic. ~ aimee

  • Dana P had a thought about Sacred Refuge on 2011-01-15 00:11:59

    The Sacred Refuge is another FC poem that takes you deep. After listening a few times, I found it to be elusive like a dream but as vivid as the fully awake consciousness. Maybe somewhere in between. It's in the mind and yet outside of the mind . . . and it's both. It's deep inside a dream and from that perspective, it's the only reality. This is what it does to me. I love it. D.

  • fred Chandler had a thought about Casting Call on 2011-01-12 06:12:55

    Hello, Everyone, I just added a poem Casting Call to my site. It was recorded by Bruce Botnick. He then went and did some creative mixing work on a sound stage. I think it plays quite cool. Tell me what you think?

  • Development had a thought about Far Reach on 2011-01-08 03:21:23

    Music by Omar Cowan and Liz Paige. Produced by Sean Walsh. Associate Producer Sarena Cohen.

  • Tommy Thompson had a thought about Welcome to Fred Chandler's website on 2011-01-07 19:16:02

    Nice work Fred. I would love to hear you read them. -Tommy Thompson

  • David McKimmie had a thought about Basis of a Paradox on 2011-01-07 16:55:31

    I really like this poem. I love the balance of profundity and flippancy- at once introspective and outraged. Bravo Mr. Chandler!

  • Susan Galloway had a thought about Tender to the Touch on 2011-01-05 05:47:14

    Leaves one to wonder about the experience of love given and taken. I am moved by this. I met Fred one time with his father whom I love deeply

  • Development had a thought about The Receiver on 2011-01-05 04:30:59

    Original artwork by Anet Abnous.

  • Roger Bondelli had a thought about Red Sky Morning on 2011-01-05 00:42:54

    Red Sky Morning makes me want to take off and go sailing! The poem really captures the passion of sailing. Nicely done Mr. Chandler.

  • Development had a thought about Sacred Refuge on 2011-01-04 06:08:26

    Original artwork by Bernard Marie Collet.

  • Development had a thought about Scream the Hymn on 2011-01-04 05:54:17

    Poster design by Intralink Film Graphic Design for the motion picture "The Shawshank Redemption"

  • sharon smith holley had a thought about We want to hear from you! on 2011-01-02 03:29:48

    Love your poems Fred. thanks for inspiring me. have a great new year, I look forward to having your poems treat me to beautiful words and images through 2011.

  • Fred Chandler had a thought about We want to hear from you! on 2011-01-01 21:45:29

    Hello and Happy New Year, ZDB. Thank you for your compliment about my site. Tell me what poem, or poems you liked? Very soon, two of my spoken poems will be going up on the site. Sacred Refuge and Scream The Hymn. Very different poems in contrast. I travel a lot. Last November I was in New York City for the month. During a friend's Thanksgiving dinner I met poet Ray Dipalma. He gave me a signed copy of his new book, The Ancient Use Of Stone. I read it and just loved it. I recommend others to read it too. I think you'll enjoy it and find his view of the world, and his use of words fascinating. Fred

  • ZDB had a thought about We want to hear from you! on 2010-12-31 20:00:14

    Absolutely beautiful site! Congratulations.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Basis of a Paradox on 2010-12-30 22:22:22

    Mr. Renton, You're right about truth and pain = comedy. I just wonder sometimes why that is? It's universal, so all of us humans must have at least a bit of a sadistic nature, otherwise, it wouldn't be funny.

  • Mark Renton had a thought about Basis of a Paradox on 2010-12-30 01:21:07

    Mr. Brent Mosley I do agree with the your thoughts on how "Basis of a Paradox" is a good laugh. Because when truth combines with pain you get comedy. Or so the saying goes. I think the correct statement is "Comedy is truth and pain." It's in a book I have.

  • personal trainers had a thought about Fait Accompli on 2010-12-30 00:04:27

    My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Basis of a Paradox on 2010-12-29 23:16:59

    I read this poem and laughed because it's so true. After a while though, I got thinking about it and wondered, "why am I laughing, this stuff is pretty dark, especially the last two lines?" Made me think about where I'm coming from, what's making me tick and what I'm all about. Just wondering if anyone out there had a similar reaction or if not, how DID it make you feel?

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about The Receiver on 2010-12-28 22:57:29

    I take comfort in what this poem has to say. To me it gives hope and possibility to the idea of re-uniting with a lost love and taking up where we left off, but being in a better place than before.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Lost in You on 2010-12-28 22:47:55

    I love how this poem takes me to the place of estcasy in my own heart and soul and still leaves it wide open for my imagination to go wild.

  • Brent Mosley had a thought about Behind the curtains on 2010-12-28 22:08:13

    At this time of year I always find poetry to be a source of comfort and inspiration. Being an avid poetry reader, I'm always looking for new material to read and absorb and it's always a great pleasure to find something new, at least to me, and good. While surfing the net looking for something new, I just happened to find this site and I must admit, I'm blown away by what I've seen and read. I find Mr. Chandler's poetry to be deep, insiteful and very touching. The poetry and the artwork/photography together make a beautiful combination, showing and reveling the very soul of the author and at the same time it leaves plenty of room for the reader to find their own meaning and reach deep into their own souls. I hope alot of people will find this site and enjoy the beautiful poetry and images. I certainaly have!!!

  • eric had a thought about A Flying Frog on 2010-12-25 23:32:59

    I like the way the poem sounds when Fred reads it. I read it a couple of times, before I listened to the audio, and found I had placed my intonations differently. Vive la difference. 🙂

  • Development had a thought about Far Reach on 2010-12-24 17:42:52

    Original artwork by Megan Eckman entitled "Coming Home" http://www.studiomme.com/

  • Development had a thought about Odyssey of Night on 2010-12-24 07:16:38

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Errant on 2010-12-24 07:12:03

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Mystic Intervention on 2010-12-24 07:00:47

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Balthazar on 2010-12-24 06:57:47

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Angels Listen on 2010-12-24 06:53:07

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Consciousness Arising on 2010-12-24 06:42:22

    Photography by Peter MacDonald

  • Development had a thought about Arrow Straight to Hell on 2010-12-23 00:42:28

    Mural artwork in Vancouver, WA. Artist unknown.

  • Development had a thought about Mother of Exile on 2010-12-23 00:40:29

    Original artwork by Tommervik http://tommervik.com/

  • Development had a thought about Red Sky Morning on 2010-12-23 00:39:15

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about The Big Hymn on 2010-12-23 00:38:55

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Cognizance of a Mind Machine on 2010-12-23 00:38:27

    New! Original Artwork by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about On the Jail Wall on 2010-12-23 00:38:10

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Killer at the Door on 2010-12-23 00:37:56

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Just Listen on 2010-12-23 00:37:45

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Lost in You on 2010-12-23 00:36:31

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about The Coming End on 2010-12-23 00:36:01

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Elliptical Garden on 2010-12-23 00:35:43

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Road To Delivery on 2010-12-23 00:35:29

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about In Tender Times on 2010-12-23 00:35:03

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about She Beckons Me on 2010-12-23 00:34:41

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Prisoner In The Cell on 2010-12-23 00:34:25

    Photography by Jay Watson

  • Development had a thought about Passage Way on 2010-12-23 00:33:57

    Photography by Richard Ehrlich.

  • Development had a thought about Fait Accompli on 2010-12-23 00:32:56

    Original Artwork by Joey Remmers “Flies” http://www.joeyremmers.com

  • Development had a thought about Kerplunk on 2010-12-23 00:32:30

    Original Artwork by Joey Remmers “Eve of Darkness” http://www.joeyremmers.com

  • Development had a thought about Blurred Dream on 2010-12-23 00:31:52

    Original Artwork by Joey Remmers “Black Weeds of Self Doubt” http://www.joeyremmers.com

  • Development had a thought about Hawk in the Window on 2010-12-23 00:16:03

    Original artwork by Joey Remmers entitled "Cherries". www.joeyremmers.com

  • Bruce Botnick had a thought about Wind In Her Hair on 2010-11-21 04:54:28

    The wonderful thing about Fred is that he’s open and allows the poems to appear from that mysterious place in writers’ heads fully formed without him thinking about them. That’s a great gift.

  • Patrick Doyle had a thought about Wind In Her Hair on 2010-11-21 04:53:22

    I was very touched when I received the poetry from Fred Chandler. I thought it was very moving and full of heart. This man has a wonderful soul and has lots of natural music in his blood.

  • Development had a thought about Tender to the Touch on 2010-11-21 04:36:13

    Published Summer 2010 - Love's Chance Magazine

  • Development had a thought about Angel Hidden and Angels Comedy on 2010-11-21 04:33:57

    Published 2009-2010 - One Design Hotels, Italy

  • Development had a thought about Aunt Franny on 2010-11-21 04:30:19

    Published Summer 2009 -The Pink Chameleon

  • Development had a thought about Guitar Czar on 2010-11-21 04:25:37

    Published Spring 2009 -The Storyteller

  • Development had a thought about Ingredient on 2010-11-21 04:20:36

    Published Winter 2009 -The Storyteller

  • Development had a thought about From Somewhere on 2010-11-21 04:15:54

    Published Fall 2008 - The Storyteller

  • Development had a thought about Visions of Happiness on 2010-11-21 04:14:34

    Fall 2008 - Northern Stars Magazine, July 2009 - The Oak, Summer 2009 - The Pink Chameleon

  • Development had a thought about Wind in Her Hair on 2010-11-21 04:12:51

    Published March 2009 - 2012 -Doors Collectors' Magazine

  • Development had a thought about Wind In Her Hair on 2010-11-21 04:04:19

    Catherine Martin (Academy Award winner for Art Direction of Moulin Rouge and Art Director for Baz Luhrmann's recent movie Australia), had her creative team do a unique graphic, true-to-form of William Blake as in his The Sick Rose. Add an incredible print job, and this beautiful poster was the end result!

  • Development had a thought about Wind In Her Hair on 2010-11-21 04:03:14

    Lyric's edited by Bruce Botnick from 
the poem Wind In Her Hair. 10/17/08

  • Development had a thought about Far Rising on 2010-11-21 04:01:27

    Original Artwork by Ken Wesley

  • Development had a thought about In Amber Light on 2010-11-21 04:00:34

    Original Artwork by Ken Wesley

  • Development had a thought about A Flying Frog on 2010-11-21 03:58:37

    Original Artwork by Joey Remmers "The Rainy Season" www.joeyremmers.com

  • Development had a thought about Erase Memories on 2010-11-21 03:55:00

    Original Artwork by Jaime Zollars "The Maze She Breathes" http://jaimezollars.com/wordpress/

  • Development had a thought about Basis of a Paradox on 2010-11-21 03:53:20

    Original Artwork by Ken Wesley

  • tester had a thought about Featured Article on 2010-11-18 01:22:25

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  • Development had a thought about A Flying Frog on 2010-11-16 05:39:22

    Beautiful

  • Development had a thought about Book Signing on 2010-11-12 06:43:55

    What about me? Am i not the first comment?

  • Development had a thought about Another Blog Entry on 2010-11-12 06:42:45

    No, I am more recent. I was added 12:42 AM Friday, Nov 12. Beat that. I'm from the blog category.