by | Luanne
October 11, 2022 · 6:35 am
Today’s stop on the
Rooted and Winged blog tour by Poetic Book Tours is an interview of me by The Book Connection. The photos I am sharing here of my maternal grandparents (in Kalamazoo) are to complement the interview .
You can find it here:
Grandma with baby me: this is the grandmother in poems like “Spotlight” and “Your Foot Bone Connected to Your Heart Bone”
With Grandpa at my 2nd birthday party: this is the grandfather in “Gravity” and “Spotlight”
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20 responses to “Next Stop on the Rooted and Winged Blog Tour: Interview by The Book Connection”
I really enjoyed the interview! and the poets you mention like Edna St. Vincent Millay, LM Alcott & Emily Dickinson. Very pleasant thank you both, was having trouble commenting thru Blogger but leave my comment here 🙂
Thank you, Jade! When I was in high school I got ahold (through the library) of a recording of Edna St. Vincent Millay reading “Renascence.” it blew me away. I keep trying to find it to listen to it again!
Loved the interview. Best wishes on the book, Luanne.
Thanks, John. I’m glad you enjoyed it!
On my way to read the interview! I love the Grandma and Grandpa photos.
You’re welcome, Luanne!
I enjoyed the interview, Luanne, particuarly your love of place and your grandparents.
So happy you liked it, Liz. Place is so important to me, and I think RAW is so much about place.
I know just what you mean, Luanne. Place is very important to me as well.
Wonderful interview, Luanne. Great photos, too.
Thank you, Eilene!!!
Wonderful tour and interview!! 💐
Thank you so much!
Great interview, Luanne. So glad to see you getting around the blogosphere 🙂
Travel while I’m at home haha. Thanks, Marie.
Wonderful, Luanne – I particularly loved the picture of you with your grandpa!
He looked so young and helpful to blow out the candle…hm…you might should write a poem about someone very young, very helpful.
Or maybe you already did!
Wow, I just figured it out. He was only 48 here! How is that possible? I thought he was always old haha. He was a nice man and a character, both at the same time. Thanks, Sheila!!!