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Originally posted on Kev's Blog:
Kev’s Author Interviews Presents:
Dr. Kimberly Harding
Glenwood Springs, CO
Kev: In a generalized way, Kimberly, tell us a little about yourself.
Let’s see, I am a college professor living in central Colorado. I grew up in the Midwest, so landscapes of valleys and mountains still seem unfamiliar to me. Although, I am seeing their influence in my art as mountains appear in one picture after another.
Kev: How long have you been writing for?
For me, the art came before the writing. I specifically remember a New Year’s Eve approximately 12 years ago. I had completed my PhD in Physiology and Biophysics two years prior.
Ever the do-gooder, I had somehow equated getting a PhD (in a science-discipline, no less!) with security for life. Once this was done, I felt free to unleash my artistic side. So, I sat home that New Year’s Eve and allowed myself…
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