Liberal Arts Chair & Professor Charlene Fix was recently featured in a Columbus community newspaper. The article focused on Fix’s journey as an educator and poet and her published book of poetry Flowering Bruno: A Dogography, which includes illustrations by CCAD colleague Susan Josephson (also a Liberal Arts professor).
The book of poetry was inspired by Fix’s dog Bruno, and in the article, Fix mentioned she did not intend to have a dog but several years ago allowed a CCAD student to talk her into taking one of two puppies abandoned in a box on a church doorstep. After many years and many walks with Bruno, Fix said that the dog had inspired her to write more than 50 poems. While Bruno did not live to see the finished work, Fix included in the book a fitting final tribute to her friend.
Read the full article about Fix in the Clintonville edition of ThisWeek community newspapers.
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