Interviews

Photo: Lynda McKinney Lambert’s writing studio.

 

Lynda’s Books:

first snow, a Chapbook, 2020.

Star Signs: New and Selected Poems, 2019

Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems, 2017

Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage, 2002

 

July 2020

Talk to Tell-It-To-The-World Chats with author and artist Lynda McKinney Lambert

 

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In episode #7 author and artist Lynda McKinney Lambert takes us on a journey which includes painting, poetry and more.  Lynda reads poems from each of her 4 books and gives the backstories behind the poems.  Laugh with Lynda and Patty – and enjoy your visit.

Listen to Lynda and Patty

April 9, 2019

My Interview with Tony Eames

Read it here!  Interview with Photos of Lynda

April 6, 2019

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The Writers Treasure Chest, my interview by

Aurora Alexander  Read it here!

March 24, 2019

Smorgasbord Magazine,  Interview by UK Author, Sally Cronin.
“The Sunday Interview.” Read it here!

December 2017
Volume 11, Issue 4
Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature

A Book Review by Lynda:

Les Fauves, by Barbara Crooker. Poetry

I wrote the book review for Wordgathering Literary Magazine.
I have a life-long passion for all-things-ART and I was particularly interested in reading Barbara  Crooker’s  collection of 62 poems. I loved this book so much I read it several times before I started to write the review. It was hard to select just a few examples for the review. My own interest in the marriage of art and writing is satisfied as I read the book. And, of course, I love the FAUVES.
I think you will also love this book. Her writing is classy, articulate, and bold.

Read it here!

5/24/2017
A Book Review by Lynda:

Upwelling, A book of poetry by Anne Chiappetta

“A Breath, an Intonation Expresses a Desire to Act”
This thought, “the desire to act,” begins a journey we will take as we pick up the first book written by Ann Chiappetta who has been blind since 1993.

Lynda’s book is  reviewed  in The American Foundation for the Blind Bookshelf.
Read it!