Reviews

Here’s what folks have already said about the memoir:

“The Kiss of the Art Gods is an expansive and honest account of Dan Corbin’s life as a figurative sculptor… his sculptures are extraordinary and fascinating, rather like the man himself.”  -Collette Darford, Author- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“The book is an interesting read…and ultimately simply beautiful” -Caroline Grayson, Art Lover- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“His incredible sensory memories truly put you in the scene with him.”  “You can touch and feel the characters… listen to them babble, and smell the Hawaiian orchids… the book is so well written.” -Michele French, Writer- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“Corbin’s power is conjuring life from broken things… he beats it into a new thing … something beautiful.” -Patrick Newman, Writer and Social Advocate- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“A hard-hitting exposé not just for artists but all humanity.” -Robbie Porritt, Australian Artist- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“Corbin’s memoir infused with humor, features an unforgettable heart-rendering authenticity of life’s critical moments.” Ishmael Raimondi, Author and Naturalist- Review Dan Corbin’s Memoir “Kiss of the Art Gods”

“Corbin pulls back the curtain to reveal the life of the artist.”  -Gail Borowski

“The charm of the memoir lies in its simple but evocative language … appealing to all readers of all backgrounds.”  -Michele French

“Corbin’s memoir is not a leisurely picturesque art voyage, but a rough and tumble discovery of the inner self.” -Paula Scholtes

“Before I read Kiss of the Art Gods, I was a fan of this artist. Afterward, I realized I had fallen in love with Danny, the boy. It is clear he is still inside the man.” Caroline Grayson

 

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