On this episode of the “Meet the Blind” podcast, Victor and Laurie interview award-winning author Jo Elizabeth Pinto about her debut novel, “The Bright Side of Darkness.” Pinto also talks about her years in public school, her daughter, and other aspects of her life.
Jo Elizabeth’s latest book, “Dancing with the Seasons: A Year in Simple Verse,” is a slim volume of easy-to-read nature poetry released in January, 2022. Her short, vivid poems appeal to people who aren’t usually drawn to poetry, and yet the imagery in her words also appeals to more seasoned poets.
Jo Elizabeth Pinto is one of 22 women who will be honored for making an impact in her community and for embodying the spirit of the Corn Mother. In this interview with 9News, Pinto discusses what it takes to be a Corn Mother.
This was a joint event from the American Foundation for the Blind and Amazon in celebration of AFB's centennial year featuring Georgina Kleege, Jo Elizabeth Pinto, and Zachary Shore.
No matter which holidays are important to us, many of us love to celebrate with the same time-honored traditions year after year. In this blog post, author Jo Elizabeth Pinto describes a stew her family enjoys for Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
The scent of roasted green chilis is an aroma that reminds Jo Elizabeth Pinto of family and comfort. Growing up, her grandma roasted green chilis in her adobe oven every fall, and it would be a family affair to bag and freeze the bushels of chilies.
In the second installment of the “More than Meets the Eye” series, Rev. Rebecca interviews award-winning author Jo Elizabeth Pinto to raise awareness and explore the diversity of the disability community.
In this conversation, author Jo Elizabeth Pinto discusses her award-winning novels "The Bright Side of Darkness" and "Daddy Won't Let Mommy Drive the Car."