A Fool and His Monet, by Sandra Orchard

From the dashing, intriguing cover, to the final denouement, this mystery will have you biting your nails, at the edge of your seat, and turning pages as fast as you can read them. Main character, Serena, has a boatload of secret motives for her dangerous career. She skates the edge of safety in order to […]

Cherie Burbach Interview ~ Poetry, and interview by Susan Karsten

Cherie Burbach – Interview About Poetry How did you first discover that you loved poetry? In second grade, my teacher suggested I start writing poetry. I knew nothing about it, but was writing a lot of short stories that she said had a “poetic” vibe about them. From them I start writing what I thought […]

The Mixed Media Art of Cherie Burbach

    You’ve seen my recent posts about Cherie’s poetry, her book My Soul is From a Different Place, and an interview of this Wisconsin poet. Since her art is also a feast for the soul and the eye, I wanted to feature a few examples of The art of Cherie Burbach, for those who […]

Cardinal, a poem by Cherie Burbach

Hi, friends, you may have been enjoying my posts featuring Wisconsin’s esteemed poet, Cherie Burbach. Here is another example of her work: Cardinal Red feathers stand out defiantly against snow heavy branches. He sits boldly, refusing to hide while she perches near him quietly but strong. As danger approaches, he releases a sound, sharp and […]