Monthly Archives: February 2013

Caleb Pirtle – Writer, Founder of Venture Galleries – Southern Creatives #STHRN @CalebPirtle

I am pleased to have an interview with Caleb Pirtle this week. He is a former newspaper writer, current novelist, and the founder of Venture Galleries.   Tell us about your journey from the newspaper writing you did to the … Continue reading

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Create – Why do you do it?

photo credit: e-magic via photopin cc   Are you a writer? A poet? An artist? Photographer? Musician? Artist? Sculptor? Why? Why do you create the art that you do? Some people say they “have to” create. Why? What happens to … Continue reading

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It’s Valentine’s Day – let’s give a little love to Rosaline… Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo? Well, right now, I’m pretty much stalking you, Juliet. But, about 5 hours ago, I was so in love…

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Les Kerr – Southern Musician, Writer – Southern Creatives #STHRN @LesKerr

I am delighted to have Les Kerr as my guest today on Southern Creatives. He’s the first featured person of 2013, and I think he sets a wonderful tone for a year full of dynamic, creative people! So, on with … Continue reading

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Showing my appreciation for YOU!

We’re a week away from Valentine’s Day, and normally I am just thankful that I’m not Rosaline from Romeo and Juliet. This year, though, I wanted to show my appreciation for those of you who read this blog and read … Continue reading

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The Super Bowl, Farmers and a Clydesdale

    photo credit: Mr G’s Travels via photopin cc   The Super Bowl, farmers and a Clydesdale The night the lights went out in the Superdome. But, that wasn’t really the story. Football itself is a story, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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I got tangled up with a Texas woman like Josephine once

Best reader comment I’ve heard in a long time – I had the pleasure of talking to some older men recently about Josephine: Red Dirt & Whiskey and one of the men said “I got tangled up with a Texas woman … Continue reading

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