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Minding the Sea: Inviting Muses Over for Tea is the second in a series of books showcasing collections of writings from author and artist Aunia Kahn. Her second book again gives a revealing look into the author's life as she shares her intensely personal range of original poetry and short stories to song lyrics written over the last few years. The tales she tells within the pages give insights into the powerful direction of her life's ups, downs and swaggers as she leads the reader into an intimate and highly private exploration of her thoughts and feelings while dramatically creating another recognizable companion to her internationally exhibited works.
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Aunia Kahn is an accomplished, exhibited and awarded twenty-first century artist and author who began creating as a therapeutic response to a difficult upbringing. Kahn's works combines many disciplines, wrapping them into a hybrid form. She invariably designs, builds, and executes characters, non-existent places, dreams, illusions, fears and fables into creation, which meld elements of classical and contemporary art and literature. She is also the owner of Reignlock Art & Publishing; the author of Obvious Remote Chaos, and in conjunction with her husband Russell J. Moon is the creator of the Silver Era Tarot deck, Inspirations for Survivors Deck, and the Lowbrow Tarot Book & Deck. Aunia lives with her husband, four rescue dogs, and cats in a little house on a hill frequenting her secret closet when creation strikes, and to play hide-and-seek from the small zoo.
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Book Description Desperanto, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1937131211
Book Description Desperanto, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. First. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1937131211n