Sushi, Sharks, and Shooting Stars by Sharon Auberle

Art credit - Elizabeth Stark

Art credit – Elizabeth Stark

 

When not writing, Sharon Auberle may be found hanging pictures and poems at her blog, Mimi’s Golightly Café. You can find her voice on Poetry Spoken Here.

She loves big trees, big water, and small dachshunds and also making music, art, poems, and taking pictures in the rain. She missed being a flower child, so she’s grown her hair long, is learning guitar, and occasionally wears fringe. And she makes mean red beans and rice.

Auberle is the author of three books–Saturday Nights at the Crystal Ball; Crow Ink, and EVErywoman, two of which contain her photos; and co-authored with poet Ralph Murre, a poetry collection called Wind Where Music Was. Her photos are also featured in poets Jeanie Tomasko and Alice D’Alessio’s books.

Auberle’s books may be obtained through:  littleeaglepress@gmail.com.

 

The author.

The author.

Old flower children.

Old flower children.

RainyNightattheKwikStop

Rainy night at the Kwikstop.

What is it about pears?

What is it about pears?

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8 thoughts on “Sushi, Sharks, and Shooting Stars by Sharon Auberle

  1. How nice to see you here, Sharon! Love the chicory and the old Eagles songs…..and the pear and KwikTrip photos too.

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