Photographer Mary Randlett is known for her portraits of some of the most important artists and writers of the last 70 years. From Tom Robbins back to Morris Graves, Randlett created intimate portraits of many of the people who shaped Northwest culture. "Mary Randlett Portraits" from UW Press reveals the connections her legacy has made across the generations. Award wining poet and essayist Frances McCue shaped this book, providing background and details to the people within the frame.
I talked to Frances at the UW Press offices, where a number of Mary Randlett's pictures are displayed.
McCue and Randlett discuss the work at Town Hall, Seattle Tuesday October 14th at 7:30.