Good afternoon campbellsworld visitors.
We open today’s Author’s Corner with a special announcement from author blogger Lynda Mckinney Lambert.
I must say I’m rather proud to share the following Press Release here with you.
From: Lynda McKinney lambert
Address: 104 River Road, Ellwood City, PA 16117
E-mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.lyndalambert.com
Phone: ;724 758 4979
Topic: 2019 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
The Marquis Who’s Who Publications Board has selected Ellwood City (PA) artist and author as the 2019 recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquise Lifetime Achievement Award.
Lambert is a retired professor of fine arts and humanities, Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA.
Over the past 2 decades she was chosen as a Biographee for a number of publications including the following:
Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in American Education
Who’s Who in the World
Who’s Who in American Woman
The 2019 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award is
“an honor reserved for Marquis Biographees who have achieved career longevity and demonstrated unwavering excellence in their chosen fields.”
Since her retirement from teaching in 2008, Lynda writes and creates fiber art full time in her River Road home in Perry Twp.
She has 2 published books and her third book will be published later this year.
Lambert’s art work has been exhibited for over forty years nationally and internationally.
Lynda lost most of her sight in 2007, she has continued to live a creative life with the aid of technologies for the blind. She is an active member of the Keystone Blind Association of Lawrence County.
Lynda authors 2 blogs:
She is an active member of the National Federation of the Blind Writer’s Division;
And Behind Our Eyes, Inc. where she serves on the poetry jury for Magnets & Ladders Literary Magazine.
Lambert’s fiber art has won numerous awards nationally since her sight loss.
Lynda says, “I may have lost sight; however, I have never lost my vision for excellence.”
Lynda attributes her success to the Pennsylvania Bureau of Blindness in Erie, PA – and, to the Blind and Vision Rehabilitation School, in Pittsburgh, PA where she was in residence for rehabilitation in 2008.