In this second collection of essays, writer and photographer Claudine Harris roams widely into the experience of her times and the spaces she loves. Alert to the unusual, the artistic, and issues of the day, she dwells affectionately upon what fascinates her. Anecdotes of Oregon, share space with living in Iowa. Long departed family members and friends come alive. She brings a lively touch to her early days and travels, to casual incidents, and the poignant moments of a long life. Claudine Harris was born in Paris and lives in Iowa City. Her first memoir in essay form is Fragments of a Mosaic. Her poems have appeared in Lyrical Iowa and Verseweavers. She exhibits her photographs in Iowa City and has published a collection, Gilbert Street and a Half - A Year in Photos.
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