Inspiration

Poetry Reading: “Consider”

Writer, Author, Artist, and Poet, Loretta Boyer McClellan (LorettaBoyerMcClellan.com), shares in this video from her sixth book and second volume of poetry, Meet Me On the Other Side of Wonder: Selected Poems, of “Consider,” at the “Poetry & Pie Night,” a virtual event and gathering of poets celebrating National Poetry Month, hosted by the Eastport Arts Center, April 30, 2021, with Mark Macey as Master of Ceremonies. She also includes in her remarks the inspiration behind her poem of hope and humanity.

“Consider” and Meet Me On the Other Side of Wonder ©2020-2021 Loretta McClellan; all rights reserved.

Jump to 2:18 for the poem.

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Loretta’s books are available on Amazon or wherever books are sold. Her artwork adorns the covers of all of her books. Visit LorettaBoyerMcClellan.com for author and book information, and McClellanCreative.com for artist information. (Video courtesy of the Eastport Arts Center, shared with permission).

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headshot_3x3_web_copyright2013_loretta_boyer_mcclellanAmerican Author, Artist, and Poet, Loretta Boyer McClellan sees the art of writing as an exciting medium and source of abundant joy in the creative process.  Her multilayered career as a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; conscious PR, brand, graphic design, and communications; and as an Arts instructor, journalist, and artist, “sized the canvas,” so to speak, for a fruitful life of expression.

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coming_soon_graphic_nature_being_url_special_edition_19may2015Kindness, compassion, charity—or pure love—these are qualities we are taught to share with others in building a community of care.  But what about with ourselves?

In her fourth book, a poignant and mindful memoir, Author Loretta Boyer McClellan tells us for the first time of her journey with an aggressive, serious illness, a re-discovery of  wholeness, and what it means to love ourselves unconditionally.

Through an artist’s perspective, readers join in a personal and insightful narrative of trial and triumph, connection and clarity, framed by the beauty of nature, and the wonders of our natural state of being—living our inner truth and embracing our authentic self.

This special edition in paperback and Kindle formats offers cover art designed by the author-artist, and a bonus section of guided meditation and poetry.


headshot_3x3_web_copyright2013_loretta_boyer_mcclellanAmerican Author, Artist, and Poet, Loretta Boyer McClellan sees the art of writing as an exciting medium and source of abundant joy in the creative process.  Her multilayered career as a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; conscious PR, brand, graphic design, and communications; and as an Arts instructor, journalist, and artist, “sized the canvas,” so to speak, for a fruitful life of expression.