Dirty Dozen Author Interview – Joan Myles/Poet #Uniqueauthors #Meetanauthor

Oh my, what a sweet surprise, I just have to share with my darling readers! Thanks for being there!

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Author name: Joan Myles

Please tell us a little about yourself. What makes you a #Uniqueauthor? I am a poet. But poetry is not just what I do. Poetry is how the world speaks to me–musically, in “pictures” of the heart, in whispers of insight, and throbbings of connection. And if I succeed, the words I configure will do more than relate what I perceive. They will nudge readers to experience these marvels for themselves.

Please tell us about your publications/work. My first book, One With Willows is a collection of what I call “spiritually playful” poetry.  You see, childlike wonder is my lens for viewing the world, childlike wonder and a sense of the Divine. And all my writing is meant to be a kind of footpath for readers into that place of delight, to help them awaken their own childlike wonder, perhaps to find Divinity for themselves.

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2 thoughts on “Dirty Dozen Author Interview – Joan Myles/Poet #Uniqueauthors #Meetanauthor

  1. Congratulations, Joan!  What a superb interview!  Your responses were especially interesting and poetic.  Instead of speaking in paragraphs, you speak in creativity.  I am so impressed and send my best wishes to you and your truly marvelous book.  Reading ONE WITH WILLOWS was one of the highlights of my summer.  Of all the books which I read this summer, your poetry book is one of the most delightful and memorable.  I hope that this attention to your book will bring you many more opportunities and much more recognition of your talents.  Thanks for sharing your gifts!

    With best wishes, Alice Massa and Leader Dog Willow

    1. I’m overwhelmed by your comments, Alice…but so very delighted you appreciate my writing, thank you! *willows in mist**yellow butterflies**children singing*

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