Deirdre Grace Callanan: “is an author, freelance journalist, and editor. For 30 years, she taught English and photography first in The Northern Neck, Virginia, next in Washington D.C., and then for the Dennis-Yarmouth district. For 15 years, she co-led a Cape & Islands poetry celebration for K-12 poets. As a Christa McAuliffe Fellow, she traveled the state working with teachers as writers, ultimately publishing a classroom text, “Windows & Mirrors.” Bass River Press, an imprint of The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, awarded her its 2018 Poetry Prize for her collection, “Water~Dreaming.” Paper Plane Consulting published “Fish Camp: North Jetty Tales,” her history of a Casey Key, Florida, landmark. Deirdre is currently at work on a series of meditative essays about beach plums.”
Deirdre Grace Callanan
Source: Costal Lifestyle Cape Code & The Islands Magazine by Lauren Wolk
8:18Eventually, George Harrison, the Beatle and his wife bought that building. And then he died, but she still lives in.
10:19We were sitting on a bus together in the seats, and I said, if my father's car is home, then Kennedy has died... my father's car was home.
13:27This man came in and sat down. And the secretary kind of perked up when she saw this man.
14:44I was completely flabbergasted because I had never thought about teaching.
37:15The only time I ever met Bill Clinton, I was with Buddy and Hillary was oh, she would have come down to say hello, but she was doing laps in the White House pool.