enlightened, insightful non-fiction from life, from Dusty-Anne Rhodes
"Witty but kind, wild but striving for discipline and achievement, her world is extremely modern and sometimes unsettling."
Laurie Taylor, author of 'Said the Fly', from her Foreword
"Different voices! Voices from the street, the bars, the travels, the landscape creating a mosaic of life where conflicts are the driving force and composition creates the poetry."
Frans Winther, composer of Odin Teatret, Denmark, director of Dusty's one-woman show, Almost Providence.
Dusty-Anne Rhodes has the gift of making the 'ordinary' extraordinary. Her vignettes explode and when they are done, our familiar furniture is not in the same place. For that matter, neither are we.
Tim Page, Pulitzer Prize for Criticism, 1997
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