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Featured Artist at Counterexample Poetics

I am quite honored to have been invited by Felino Soriano to be a featured artist for his journal Counterexample Poetics. You will find 10 photographs from my "Musicians" series on my artist's page here. While there, take a peek around and read some fantastic poetry.

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  1. Great photos, Kristin - I'm a musician and I love the way you capture the facial expressions, closed eyes and sense of riding the sound. You should be proud - also, black and white - was a perfect choice

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  2. Thanks, Paula. I knew you were musically inclined, but I didn't know you were a musician. Bravo!

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Dimitri Fouquet

(1943-2002)

New Orleans artist

"Evie's Cure" is published at Red Fez