The coolest thing happened. Remember my short piece “Public Mourning” that was published in Robert Swartwood’s Hint Fiction anthology? I was all atwitter about it. I was in an anthology with Joyce Carol Oates, for crying out loud! How could things get any better?
Well, they managed to, and this is SWEET. The Columbia Art League ( http://www.columbiaartleague.org/ ) in Missouri had a show based on stories from Hint Fiction. “Wow!” says I. “That’s awesome!” But not as awesome as artist Therese Whang creating a sculpture based on my story. Just when I thought I couldn’t love sharks anymore, Therese creates something super unique. Thanks to Therese for creating something wonderful based on something I wrote and to Robert Swartwood for taking the pictures.
That is so very cool, Mercedes!
That is amazing! Mercedes, you rock my world.
-Harley (I’m on my phone)
I love sharks! This is wonderful.
What a cool tribute to your story! How nice!
I love when art is drawn from stories . . . and vice versa. How very cool for you!