BLACK AND WHITE: PHOTOGRAPHS & SOME WORDS __________________________________________________________________ “an added dimension walking down the street” “a concise, taut poetic story that is uniquely American” Almost all the photography included here was taken after 2000 on short trips to major U.S. cities. None of the photographs were staged, and there was no technical setup. Longe’s only plan was to keep moving as traversed creatively the center city . Patrick Longe has been writing poetry since 1987. His poems have appeared in Main Street Rag, Faultline, The Metro Times (Detroit), Poetry Motel and over thirty other publications. Previously a lifelong resident of Southeast Michigan he moved to Florida in 2000 to be close to his young children. A journalism graduate of Wayne State University he has worked in corporate communications for over twenty years. He is currently at work on a novel entitled “The Interactive Story Just In Time For Christmas.”
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