Coalesce Broadsides!

For my dear readers who can’t visit the Eno Arts Mill Gallery in Hillsborough, North Carolina, this month but still want to check out the Coalesce exhibit of visuals paired with poetry, you can do it online and even buy the art at Coalesce Broadsides.

I must admit, I prefer the idea of one of my poems with Theresa Arico‘s mosaics framed on a wall to having any of my books sitting on a dusty shelf somewhere. I’m even more honored if one of my poems is stuck to a refrigerator door with a green banana shaped magnet but maybe that’s just me.

And, yes, if you buy one of the two broadsides featuring my poetry, I will get a substantial cut of the purchase price. So, thank you, in advance.

About Bartholomew Barker

Bartholomew Barker is one of the organizers of Living Poetry, a collection of poets and poetry lovers in the Triangle region of North Carolina. Born and raised in Ohio, studied in Chicago, he worked in Connecticut for nearly twenty years before moving to Hillsborough where he makes money as a computer programmer to fund his poetry habit.
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10 Responses to Coalesce Broadsides!

  1. This is awesome, Bart. They all look so great together. I will definitely buy one of these, but which one I have not decided. Maybe two even!! They all look so great. Congrats on this project.

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  2. JeanMarie says:

    it is on my list ❤️

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  3. K.Hartless says:

    How wonderful. Congratulations to you.

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  4. jai says:

    I love your poems, Bartholomew. They expand upon the artwork, but are awesome as stand-alones.
    On a similar vein, my sister took a poem I wrote for her and I drawing I did of the old house we grew up in, and put them together. I would never have though of it.

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