Sandy Robinette, poet, joined HRW because Lauran Strait taught her so much in her classes. With Lauran's encouragement, Sandy submitted to regional anthologies and experienced the thrill of publication. Another recent high point as a poet was the second prize in poetry at the 2019 HRW Writers Conference. Sandy enjoys interviewing authors for HRW's monthly e-newsletter. Seeking a pandemic project, Sandy reviewed her files and notebooks and decided to collect the best for a book. Of Things Visible and Invisible debuts on the market this fall with forty-eight poems and ten essays. This is a very personal book of insights with a Christian point of view into the common and hidden moments in life. For more information check her Facebook author page at Sandy Robinette, poet, or her website.