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Book review: Flowers for Sarajevo, by John McCutcheon, illustrated by Kristy Caldwell

McCutcheon, John. Flowers for Sarajevo. Illustrated by Kristy Caldwell. Peachtree, 2017. $19.95. ISBN 9781561459438. Unpaged. Includes audio CD with music and narration by John McCutcheon and special guest performance by Vedran Smailovic. 337 more words

Book Reviews

John McCutcheon - The Wind That Shakes The Barley (1977)

Unanimously believed to be the most influential Hammered Dulcimer album in the United States – described as a “quantum leap in dulcimer playing” – as well  as the third release of the long-lived June Appal Recordings, who became a solid reference for the Appalachian legacy.


Writing is Like Gardening

I was recently asked to share some tips on how to market an indie book such as mine. I admit marketing the books I’ve written is a big challenge for a reclusive person like me. 620 more words


The Cellist of Sarajevo

It was the longest siege of a capital city in modern history, and produced the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II.
Sylvia Poggioli…

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I Traveled Back in Time

It felt good to say hello to all of them,

The flowers were in crisp spring bloom,

The fields swayed with more romance than I recall, 181 more words


John McCutcheon - Storyteller With A Lifelong Career

One new day inspires him one new story 

One story awakens one new song to sing along

From the bottom of his heart to the tip of the tongue. 253 more words

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