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"amy irvine" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"amy irvine" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

"So it's kind of problem us there's another book Called desert ball which was written by a woman. Amy irvine which was a response to desert solitaire. And so i think and that was. i mean. it's it's really tiny but it's like a tickets. There's a passage that. I think the only thing that's ever brought me to tear that a road and so like i read them in tandem. This time i mean. I've read the solitaire a couple of months like this time. I read that again and then i read this book And it was really interesting to read them again. I like readings in. i think. Look if you read a good book you kinda graciosa kind of like you know. So it's like i. I would definitely say like does solitaire as a really great book. It makes you ask a lot of questions about him at about his views and how it's today's version of the world and stuff and then she'd have patches some of those holes up at like a very very way. The she writes. Look amazing. And i just thought of another clerical trespassing because i really like that unites. They somewhat expensive google. I'll make sure. I have your your book list on scott products blog. Post your list of books and then as far as their booze of choice when you're out in the in the desert are you. Are you drinking whisky. You have a few beers as it. No alcohol what what what. You're what Pretty diverse assortment. I would say i drink bourbon. So like ultra greg I wish i had a favorite bourbon. I don't like good bourbon like a bottle of voters Like yeah i think since i was a kid kids like in. My twenties always had like a like a bottle of old crow. Like crowd was like the classic like a plastic bottle. The plastic doesn't break in the truck when it's rattling around the twenty bucks for a big thing. How it's some coffee in the morning if you need to like. That's cool cool all right. So enclosing general have just two more to ask questions a little bit deeper questions. Never the easy. But but how would you want to describe your legacy up to now And i know you're you're still going But how would you if someone wanted to describe. How would you want them to describe as an adult as a weird where. I don't know i like. I said before. Like i have a problem. Not doing the things that i do And i think that's both getting a bad thing. You know. But i don't know anybody who will speak to the fact that like if i think i need to do within do thing and that's all i really like asked if myself at this point you know honorary no like legacy is such a strong word you know. I know some oin at some point. We all pass away or move forward. I don't pass at some point. We move into something else and all that is left is like what we put on the table. If i leave enough photographs nikki bold initiative. Outside at mike i leave. You know some of my bullshit written down on paper and make people feel something they read it. And i think that's an option. I think i'm not definitely taken a lotta photographs and definitely Shit on papers. So i think that if this alabama and finish the sentence johnno is elsewhere awesome. that's awesome. Why just the last thing is if you want to as far as your website you if you want to just say any of your social media handles again and because i barely touched on your black and white photography i did he at the beginning and But as far as any social handles that you wanna offer just as they want to connect with them and yet. I mean jonah General lamad at gene dot com. That's an email. i'm not gonna give my phone number out of gas. But i have much socket. Email virginal all text based communication honesty. A lot of people really don't appreciate that social media yeah chance grams l. e. dot is my color one and then i do have a black and white one because at some point in life i decided it together and said i have to And that one is elsewhere doubt often and and yeah and then you get older. I will eventually samba stuff. So yeah well you know what dude. I absolutely adored this conversation with you. Learned it just it just like again your photography and just kind of researching you know. Just how you are on your web and the other thing like you're a hell of a writer to what i read your your captions through instagram. And i was just like oh my god. This guy's a poet to like the way you right. But but i truly appreciate getting to know you and and sharing you know why you do what you do and and how you do it. And it's an honor to have you. Have you speak on scott for podcasts. And i truly appreciate your time and showing your story. Thanks for out of town or the -solutely also awesome. So this will close out. Another episode of the scotch potter podcast. And make sure you your check out the scotch partner blog and to see additional pictures of his work and see on the next one. Thank you for listening to another scotch. Part of podcast. 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"amy irvine" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"amy irvine" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Same website. Exactly Okay. And 90 minutes long. 90 minutes long. You can call the store. If you get confused about how to Sinan. We have. We will people working that night, But they're the stores also open today and tomorrow for any questions people have on people can always call me. All right. I I just want to tease people a little bit better a little bit more, because not better, but a little bit more. Because this is an amazing event. And you mentioned, you know Scott. Mama Days work with Jill and Natasha. You mentioned. You know, Rudolfo Anaya is going to be incredible. You have. I mean, just, you know some some riel as iconic as the bookstore. People are also participating. Like Jack Leffler, one of the greatest storytellers I've ever meant. Ah, Hampton, the man with the best in the business, that is, you're absolutely right. I mean, he is an elf or a troll, depending on his mood. Hampton sides of Riga. He's paired in adventure. Ah, with Doug Preston, Good and Doug Book. If you haven't had a chance to read it on the lost City of the Monkey God is nonfiction books. Never in my life. Scary is scary, scary, really scary. Giving away for people who are as I say, the ticket prices we kept Gladys, but people can adopt a section for a larger price. They will get books. Written by the author sign books written by the author representing that section. So we have an Hillman and Clark Johnson, who always packed the house. Who, Oh, Whose books the source for the lone heir Siri's TV. And Craig used to show up a little song, eh? With the cast and crew and it was invariably ability, but a wonderful, wonderful evening. We have Debra artist. We First lady of cookbooks, probably in the nation on Long supporter. Of course, the firm get paired with Min Klein. Who is kind of a local regular. We've got cartoons, Ricardo Ricardo. OK, Giants and Edwards and the Great, Patrick All you go. Oh, my God. Also political cartoonists. They're all on DH. Then we've got Terry Tempest Williams, Um It's a permanent environmentalist from Utah. And she is going to be with her body build a brief so many wonderful things about the viral. You also have the man with the best you have the man with the best voice in Santa Fe is going to read. James McGrath Morris like honey, Yes, indeed. Yes, indeed he is. He's amazing on he is paragraph transition from Colorado on DH. She's going. They're going to talk about biography and actually is going and do something on the books that we were going to be honored to present to Santa Fe in in In October. It's a book that she wrote with Amy Irvine called Airmail Letters of politics, pendant accentuation. That's That brings me just something that I really feel strongly about, which is Creative response of people whether their authors, poets, musicians, dancers the way that the creative people in this world have found. To deal with the confines and constructs of pandemic, having to stay in place, not being able to go to theaters and everything. This book, Pan and Amy wrote from They're sequestered confines during the pandemic when nobody was going out, and I don't think either one of them is still going out at all. But it's it's struck me so Stoneleigh, and I am so in all anybody involved in the creative world because they are continuing to create and not giving up on you Got Mama days grounding out. Poetry like Never before. It's just this wonderful. You also have somebody on north E. Somebody on who will was a guest of ours A couple days ago. Don us dinner and we had him on is a photographer for search like New Mexico. Hey, he mentioned he's written books. I said We'll talk about that. And he did and they're available. Your bookstore. Yes, indeed they are, and he'll be an important part of coming back with Carmela Padilla, and that's inspection is going to be on art and culture. Don is the chosen Photographer for nonprofits in the city of Santa Fe on Ah, it is going to be a delight to see its face because it's usually behind a camera, but he's a great friend of Cologne and has written Hello, sensitively, obviously about useful place home kind of Jen Ai O, where he has since he was born and his stories about his grandmother, His his latest one is called Chasing Chose. Truchi Myo with astounding photograph on the cover on all stories and teachers from his hometown. So we're thrilled to have been he and Carmela we could be talking art and culture and the only The only downside to the whole thing is that Each section only gets a representation of six minutes, so I always got a big job to sort of wrap up the minutes and introduce the most others so that we can get it all in in an hour and 1/2. She's going to have to get a bull whip out. She's going to have a prompter. OK, Ollie Before we're going to run out of time here in a second Georgie Dorothy Massey's Our guests owner of collective Work bookstore downtown..

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