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Diane Sherman reads “Kindness” by Naomi Shihab Nye

Diane Sherman
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Spokane Public Radio
Diane Sherman recording her Poetry Moment readings in the KPBZ studio

Local author and artist reads a poem about the "tender gravity of kindness"

Diane Sherman is an interdisciplinary artist who is devoted to the transformative process of shifting consciousness using the creative process — whether that be through movement, writing or visual art.

Her mission is to ignite peoples’ connection to their inner lives and offer them a modality through which to express their unique life experience. She is based out of Spokane, WA.

Sherman's most recent book is In Borrowed Shoes, 108 vignettes told through a mix of memoir, anecdote and poetry.

Visit Diane Sherman's website for more info.