The Poetry Box LIVE – Special Edition for KIDS!
April 9, 2022 @ 2:00 PM (Pacific) / 5:00 PM (Eastern)
- Debbie Hall – author of In the Jaguar’s House
- Pamela R. Anderson-Bartholet– author of The Galloping Garbage Truck
Enjoy a Video from the Show Below:
ABOUT THE POETS
When Debbie Hall was a child, she dreamed of going on safari in Africa one day. In the past ten years, she has done just that—three times in fact. She’s also photographed wild animals in many other countries in the world. Poetry and photography are her twin creative passions. Both her writing and photography have won awards and publication in a variety of journals and magazines. She is the author of two previous collections of poetry for adults, including her chapbook, Falling into the River (3rd place in The Poetry Box Chapbook Prize, 2019). In the Jaguar’s House is her first book of poetry for young people. Debbie lives with her family in Escondido, California, near a lake where red-tailed hawks soar, and coyotes sing at night.
You can order Debbie’s new book HERE
And here’s a sneak peek from the pages of
In the Jaguar’s House:
Pamela R. Anderson is the author of three poetry chapbooks, including Just the Girls: A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies; A Drift of Honeybees (The Poetry Box); Widow Maker (Finishing Line Press), a chronicle of her husband’s cardiac arrests/recovery; and her book of poems for children, The Galloping Garbage Truck (Kelsay Books). Formerly a public radio fundraiser, Anderson hit the jackpot when she retired and began to channel her energies into hiking with her husband, practicing yoga, writing, and reading. She has never owned a red bathing suit.
You can order Pam’s book HERE
And here’s a little sneak peek of Pam reading “Buttons”