Monday, January 23, 2017
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Azalea Art Press
is honored to announce that Cos Barnes' first children's book
TOY HOUSE AT TRYON
is now in print.
In Toy House at Tryon, a young girl learns to make Christmas ornaments with her elderly neighbor and in the process learns about the history of toy making in North Carolina.
Books can be ordered directly at:
Please join us for upcoming book events for Cos. For updates visit http://toyhouseattryon.blogspot.com.
August 15 / 3-5
The Country Bookshop, Southern Pines
September 12 / 10-12
Grandparents Day Children's Book Workshop
Senior Enrichment Center, West End
September 26 / 2
The Book Shelf, Tryon
September 27 / 2:30
Tryon Arts Center
November 15 / 3-5
Givens Memorial Library, Pinehurst
To schedule a signing or interview with the author
Posted by Karen Mireau, Founder of Bio.Graphia at 7:53 AM
Monday, January 19, 2015
Saturday, December 27, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Our dear friend and poet Jean Lyford passed away this week. Her beautiful spirit will never be forgotten by those who had the good fortune to know her or to have experienced her poems. Just prior to her death, her writing instructor Cynthia Leslie-Bole of Hummingwords Writing Workshops and I prepared a fourth and final book of Jean's poems. Here is a listing of Jean's complete works:
Posted by Karen Mireau, Founder of Bio.Graphia at 1:57 PM
Saturday, December 6, 2014
With this fourth and final collection of poetry by Jean Lyford, we are welcomed into new ways of understanding the many cycles of opening and closing that move throughout nature and human lives, especially the seminal ones that bookend each individual life. As she strives to make sense of the progression of her cancer, Jean takes us into the microscopic world of cells, the richness of memory, the life force of plants and animals, and even the swirling mysteries of black holes. We travel with her as she discovers that questioning may be more important than finding answers, that searching for meaning nourishes the human spirit, and that curiosity and hope can carry us though the sacred metamorphosis we call death.
Posted by Karen Mireau, Founder of Bio.Graphia at 12:51 PM