High Desert Artists Create Vivid Emotional Landscapes In ‘From The Moon, As I Fell’

Nov 30, 2020

Proceeds from the book will go to the California Fire Foundation's SAVE program.

High Desert artists L.I. Henley and Zara Kand have created a new chapbook called “From the moon, as I fell” which is full of poetry and paintings inspired both by the desert and by the isolation created by the COVID-19 pandemic. KVCR's Benjamin Purper interviews Henley and Kand about the book, including what the authors call "emotional landscapes," the feminist themes running throughout the book, and how COVID-19 has changed the desert community of Joshua Tree.