About the Book
The wind follows in their path brushing, molding and sweeping.
The sun caresses, burns and parches.
Together they shape the texture and colors of the coast.
This book is about the effects of time on matter.
As it is shaped by the elements so are we shaped by the beauty of the creations that emerge.
This composition is an homage to rushing tides and howling winds.
May they rush over us and mold us to their infinite grace.
"The presentation illustrates each poem to perfection. Not only is the author a person who feels, but one who knows how to see.
Most people grope at life with their eyes closed. She walks with a firm footing and a perception of the impermanence of things, illustrating the frailty and fleetingness of the moment."
- Jean-François Rogeon, poet
Linda Corriveau's most recent publishing foray showcases her jewelry designs. Her 6 catalogs are a portal into her timeless creations. She wrote a guidebook to the Père Lachaise , the most famous and most visited cemetery in the world. It is arguably the best guidebook available on the market. She has authored several art books, notably Pure Gesture, More Color, Less Soul, and Miro’s Dream (Gateways Books) related to artist E.J. Gold and The San Sebastian Series about internationally acclaimed artist Corno. Her poetry book Sandscapes combines metaphysical insights and a love of nature. Whispers from the Past, and the Dolmens of Mané-Kerioned are musings around archaeological sites. She edited The Human Biological Machine as a Transformational Apparatus and Life in the Labyrinth by E.J. Gold, and translated several jungian psychology best-sellers by analyst Guy Corneau.