Photo Credit: Alison Langley

Teresa Piccari is a lover of the written word across all genres. She is a career journalist and columnist, feature writer and also writes fiction and creative nonfiction. Piccari is at work on a poetry manuscript entitled Laying Down Armor. She has read at Tenants Harbor Poets and presented her nonfiction at several events. Piccari has been helping people tell their fiction and nonfiction stories for 25 years through a diverse palette of workshops including Memoir as a Journey 1, Memoir as a Journey 2, Return to Essence, If Not Now When, Creative Writing Toolbox and Sensory Writing. A native Philadelphian, she has called coastal Maine home for 18 years.

Past Work:

Teresa contributed 4 articles to the first volume of LUX in 2022 and an article on the artist Dave Lombeida in the 2021 Maine Media Winter Catalog:

  • JOHN PAUL CAPONIGRO (p12) – Gathering Light During the Great Pause.
  • ADAM KIM (p28) – Building a Path to Cinematography: Learning Steadicam from the Master.
  • JAMES KIBBE (p34) – Capturing the Essence of a Maine Fall: Combining a Love of Maine and Photography.
  • FLOR CROSTA (p40) – Making the Old, New Again: Creating a Copper Plate Aesthetic with Modern Technology.

View the online version of LUX to read these articles.

The Alchemical Force of Visual Arts about David Lombeida an article by Teresa Piccari can be viewed on page 26 of the 2021 Maine Media Winter Catalog.

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