Pamela Wagstaff Named Arts Council Menifee Artist of Month

Local author, poet, musician and photographer Pamela Wagstaff has been named Arts Council Menifee's Artist of the Month.

Wagstaff, a three-year resident of Menifee, has authored two self-published books and has another on the way. She describes her writing as "dark, topical, abstract and intellectual" in nature. However, the themes of her books -- "Beneath the Door: Poetry in Abstract, Paradoxes: Parallel Dimensions of Art & Poetry" and her soon to be released book "The Still: Poetry & Art of Time & Relevance" are quite relevant to a wide audience.

Wagstaff has forged her own unique style of writing by creating her own genre. It combines the mechanics of the spoken word, unorthodox free-verse poetry, prose, with even a hint of a "slow, downbeat rap style that is indicative of The Beat movement of the 1950's".

"My genre touches on levels to many readers," said Wagstaff.

To read more about Wagstaff, visit Arts Council Menifee's website.


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