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The Eighth Lively Art: Conversations with Painters, Poets, Musicians, and the Wicked Witch of the West Hardcover – June 1 2000

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"Wesley Wehr has brought together his remarkably vivid and detailed memories, notes, and letters, and distilled from them a wonderful series of portraits with an immediacy and warmth that no formal biography could match, an intimate look at an extraordinary circle of friends and their creative worlds." - Oliver Sacks "Wesley recalls the pith of all formal lectures or mealtime chatter, and writes it down. His book is also a self-portrait of Seattle. He makes art from what artists say about art." - Ned Rorem "There is a sub-text of the artist as loner, and we are admitted into the intensities that linked various of these creative people, supporting them in their lives and art." - Martha Kingsbury

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Wesley Wehr has brought together his remarkably vivid and detailed memories, notes, and letters, and distilled from them a wonderful series of portraits with an immediacy and warmth that no formal biography could match, an intimate look at an extraordinary circle of friends and their creative worlds.

(Oliver Sacks)

Wesley recalls the pith of all formal lectures or mealtime chatter, and writes it down. His book is also a self—portrait of Seattle. He makes art from what artists say about art.

(Ned Rorem)

There is a sub—text of the artist as loner, and we are admitted into the intensities that linked various of these creative people, supporting them in their lives and art.

(Martha Kingsbury)

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Reviewed in Canada on November 5, 2000
Reviewed in Canada on July 25, 2000

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