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    Dear Patricia,
         You are simply amazing! I loved the books you sent to me! I reread Historic Tales of La Jolla in one sitting and am now working my way in La Jolla, A Celebration of Its Past. These are such fantastic resources…
         Thank you so much for all you do to preserve history and share the stories of the characters who impact our lives today. You are a master storyteller!

    Susan Nordenger
    Assistant Head of School for Community Engagement
    La Jolla Country Day School

    Join us for a book signing at ARTSee & Shop June 12 from 12-2pm with our very own Literary Lady, Dr. Patricia Daly-Lipe, an award winning Author, Artist and Speaker. 

    4880-06 Big Island Drive. (across the parking lot from Cooper’s Hawk Restaurant)

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    Patricia has been interviewed and co-hosts a YouTube Virtual Event on “Roots of Creativity”
    Tuesday, April 20, 2021 @ 6:30PM EDT, 3:30PM PDT. Also Available on Facebook.

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    The National League of American Pen Women’s magazine, The Pen Woman, Spring issue has a feature titled”Behind the Writing Scenes with…” which highlights Patricia’s article “Memoirs a Must“.

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    San Diego Writers and Editors Guild has featured Patricia it its latest blog. her article is What is Creativity.

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    Patricia’s book Miami’s Yester’Years has been featured in la Joie magazine

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    Two of Patricia’s books, Myth, Magic and Metaphor and Patriot Priest have been awarded New York City Book Awards.

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    Several branches of the NLAPW in Florida collaborated to make presentations combining art and creative writing. In Patricia’s case, Anne Baehr discovered they shared a love of France and Medieval folklore. As background music to the showing of the video of their collage is a song named “Lady and the Unicorn” by John Renbourn. Patricia’s book, MYTH, MAGIC and METAPHOR plays a role in this journey as well as one of her poems and several of her painting done in Provence. To view the presentation click here.

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    Patricia’s book Myth, Magic and Metaphor has been selected as a feature book by APSS (Association of Publishers for Special Sales) Book Store.

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    Patricia’s article “WHAT IS CREATIVITY” has been added to the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild Blog Posts.

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    An article featured in I Matter; Finding Meaning in Your Life at Any Age by Harlon Rector and Edward Mickolus entitled Poetry by Patricia has been published by Cross & Partners and is available from Amazon as Kindle or paperback A short video about I Matter the book and its ideas.

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    Featured Art: The Princess and the Unicorn by NLAPW

    “The Princess and the Unicorn”
    (22×18) by Patricia Lipe
    Jacksonville Branch NLAPW

    Artist’s statement

    This is a painting that literally came on its own. Surrealism, perhaps? I was painting landscapes in southern France and wiped the extra oil paint with a palette knife onto an empty canvas. Later, I looked at that canvas, turned it upside down, and there they were – the Princess and the Unicorn.

    I had seen the original unicorn tapestry in Avignon, but this rendition was not planned. I did add the dragon, however. The painting depicts good (the unicorn who represents creativity) and evil (the dragon). The princess holds up the mirror so the unicorn cannot see the “evil” lurking in the woods.

    I used this painting on the cover of my book “Myth, Magic and Metaphor: A Journey into the Heart of Creativity.”