presents a collection of poems by Rachel Jennings accompanied by a series of photographic images by Amy Holmes George.
Production was managed by Charles Jones, printmaker and director of La Nana Creek Press at Stephen F. was printed in a limited edition of one hundred with fifty copies bound in 2001. The photographs were generated from the original film negatives and output as archival pigment prints.Amy Holmes George is a fine art photographer and educator residing near Dallas, Texas.She currently teaches photography at the University of North Texas and is a former tenured professor of photography and digital media from Stephen F. Amy is on the Board of the Texas Photographic Society and has served as Chair and Treasurer on the South Central Regional Board of the Society for Photographic Education.She holds an MFA in photography from Clemson University and a BFA cum laude in photography and graphic design from Miami University. Ted Cruz (R-TX) could be seriously considered as a presidential candidate during a panel discussion on The Nightly Show on Tuesday.“I took LSD in my youth, and it didn’t prepare me for him,” Black said of Cruz, before seemingly comparing him to former Republican Sen. “You took the joke and drove down a bad highway.”Holmes and host Larry Wilmore also sparred when Wilmore asked why Republican candidates feel the need to “suck up” to people who believe that the Earth is 6,000 years old.“Actually, a huge percentage of Americans believe in creationism, and creationism as how human beings came into this world,” she said.“And you want to suck up to those people to run for president, who believe the Earth is 6,000 years old,” Wilmore countered.
“If [Cruz] had appeared at Liberty University and it was shot in black and white, then I’d go, ‘I get it.’ This is someone who should never have made it to color television.”“It’s not really a place for me to jump in and go, ‘Oh boy! That doesn’t make sense.”“That isn’t what I said,” Black replied.
”“Many of them would say that it is not for them to decide, that they have accepted Jesus into their heart,” Holmes told him, before asking, “Are you saying that someone who is an open Christian, who wears their religion on their sleeve, shouldn’t be president of the United States?
He believes I’m going to hell, so what are we talking about?
“What I’m saying is, I think we need to have a little bit more respect at this table and in politics for people who are evangelical, who believe in creationism, and believe in a Biblically-based life,” Holmes said, drawing boos from the audience.“Someone who’s making the most important decisions in the world should not believe the Earth is 6,000 years old,” Wilmore replied.
A Gallup poll released last June showed that 42 percent of Americans still believe in creationism.
However, Holmes did not mention that her network’s creator, Glenn Beck, has already expressed his support for Cruz’s candidacy.