Thriving in the world of the arts( words, paints, clay, wood, stage,film),takes a large elegance. Fred Tarr has large elegance in his heart, his life,and his art. Tarr often seeks to survive, but most often he thrives in his elegance. He bows, he kneels, he whispers, he howls, always he reaches and always he stretches with his words...with his relationships, with his spirit.... let the doors of your essence open and be flooded with this man's truth,;ove, anger,pain, bliss. Take him on, reader- you will become more wise and more human. ”
—Ruth Wantling,preface for Radio Room, Life Boat, Ship of Fools, Owl Oak Press,2006, Carmel Valley, CA, Minneapolis. Mn
living in nky/ cincinnati area, published poet,some fiction published, small press contributor, attend and involved with one writer's group, every monday morning. active as a blogger for cincinnati fiction writers westchester, a meet-up group; administrator...