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Stephen Leon Pearson is an Iowa born musician
and writer who spent the entire 1970s in his beloved city of Chicago before
joining the love of his life in Colorado in the early 1980s. Stephen is a
classically trained musician with a degree in music but also studied creative
writing. He loves both writing and playing music. Upon graduation from college
he was torn between music and writing which may explain his ultimate career as
a computer programmer. As a musician, he does not play a modern flute. He does,
however, play recorders and Native American Flute as well as tuba. When not
playing instruments, he sings. While in Chicago he was friends with several
dedicated but starving artists. Stephen visited the Art Institute many times.
His favorite collections are from the Medieval period through the Baroque. This
mirrors his love for music of the same period. Of course, he also gazed into
the Seurat. He first self-published in 1972 with his book of poetry, “Poems of
Stephen Pearson.” It is out of print but still shows up now and then on Amazon.
Even after writing hundreds of additional poems, Stephen has not published
another volume of poetry. His explanation is that he just hasn’t gotten around
to it. Even so, he believes self-publishing liberates creativity from the
confines of the publishing market.
Stephen's novel, Red Licorice and the Five Goddesses, will be available soon! Just waiting on distribution. Stay tuned!
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