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Anne Gordon Perry, who lives in Duncanville, Texas, USA, published a number of essays, which include “The Art of Romare Bearden” and “The Unveiling in the West of Iran’s Distinctive Cinematic Presence” (both in World Order); “Women in Art” (Journal of Bahá’í Studies); “The Dilemma of the Artist: Thoughts on the Development of Bahá’í Aesthetics” (The Creative Circle); and “Where Spirit and Art Intersect” (in book of same title, published by George Ronald). Anne is the major author/editor of Green Acre on the Piscataqua and served as the editor of ORISON arts journal. With her husband, Tim Perry, she has produced a feature-length film, Luminous Journey: ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in America, 1912. Recently she published two books for children and youth: Magnificent Moles of Mede Meadow and Unseen Witness: Sarah Farmer & the Portsmouth Peace Treaty. In BahaiTeachings.org, she has published for adults “A Woman’s Place: At the Table,” a version of Unseen Witness.