Posts Tagged ‘Lyn Coffin’

A Poet’s Lives with Lyn Coffin

February 9, 2011

Love Affairs!

 

When Poets fall in love the Universe responds.  And they often need “help!”  In this first discussion, fellow playwright Len Goodisman offers some advice:    (About 1 minute)

Len Tries to Offer Some Sound Reasonable Advice

Love communications between Poets can become quiet intricate also:    (About 2 minutes)

She is NOT discussing here, what you think she might be discussing.

Photo by Carl Nelson

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A Poet’s Lives with Lyn Coffin

February 9, 2011

Poet Goes For Bookcover Publicity Shot

 

Lyn tells a good annecdote:   (About 1 minute.)

Lyn Tells About Her First "Photoshoot"

Photo by Carl Nelson

A Poet’s Lives with Lyn Coffin

February 8, 2011

Portable Art Gallery

 
 
 

Poet Lyn Coffin Takes Wearable Art to a Here-to-Fore Unseen Level

 

Hear another portion of our interview with the Poet Lyn Coffin:    (35 seconds!  you have the time…)

This is a little piece of art Lyn made for a charity auction, which is a small house with money in a drawer and burnt filaments of money coming out the chimney. I bought it for twenty dollars; then took my neighbor's advice and put a fifty in the drawer. I look like quite a shrewd investor.

Photos by Carl Nelson

A Poets’ Lives with Lyn Coffin

January 18, 2011

Editor’s Note:  Lyn is leaving for the Republic of Georgia within the month in order to teach at a University.  She seems to live the here and there life of the Modern Poet, and has agreed to send us an update now and then from whereever ‘here and there’ might be.  We spoke with her while dining with a friend, Len Goodisman, in West Seattle, prior to a Seattle Playwrights Studio meeting at the theater across the street.

Onion Soup

Poet Eating

“I get a thousand lariats a month…”Photos by Carl Nelson


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