River City Publishing
Date: August 2003
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Nonfiction / Inspiration / Self Discovery
Notes: You can find Season's at www.rivercityinc.com
One Woman's Journey
is being touted as an illustrated novelette. After picking it up
I discovered that it is easily read in about 30 minutes but affects
the reader long, long afterward. Each page is a lovely poem divided
into the different seasons starting with spring and the birth of
our female heroine.
seasons progress, the reader is treated to glimpses into the life
of a special and ultimately interesting woman-often ending with
the line "How did I get here?"
facing page is illustrated with Polaroid transfers. If the reader
is unfamiliar with this technique, it involves 35 mm slides transferred
to Polaroid film, then rolled onto water color paper and hand tinted.
The results are images that are otherworldly and give a dreamlike
quality to the entire piece.
was such a very heart touching and moving piece that I immediately
wanted to share it with other women close to me.