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Kim Carlsberg [ The Art Of Close Encounters ]

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Kim Carlsberg, ufologist, abductee, author: The release of Kim’s first book, “Beyond My Wildest Dreams - Diary Of A UFO Abductee” nearly two decades ago, was a milestone in contact literature. The narrative was derived from diary entries she made as she endured a sudden and inexplicable relationship with non-human entities that began after a close encounter in Malibu, California, in 1988. The diary entries were accompanied by evocative illustrations. Guest on numerous television/radio programs, featured is newspaper/magazines articles and noted speaker, Kim is a well known and respected source on the UFO/Contact issue. Kim has just begun pre-sales of her newest book, “The Art Of Close Encounters". Primarily an art book, it is a 350 pg, hard-bound, coffee table book with jacket, compiling 150 individual encounter experiences - each accompanied by a powerful piece of artwork submitted by the contributor. The stunning illustrations float in frames of rich black pages. For those unfamiliar with the contact phenomena, this anthology is sure to engage, educate and entertain. Those who have personally experienced a close encounter will be sure to find validation and relish the stories and art of fellow experiencers. You can lean more and purchase the book, at www.TheArtOfCloseEncounters.com. Professionally: A graduate of the "Art Center College of Design" Pasadena, CA in commercial photography, Kim’s career as an advertising and portrait photographer has covered all aspects of the entertainment and music industries. She has been commissioned to photograph the most noted celebrities in private sittings, from rock stars to presidents. Her work has appeared in hundreds of publications worldwide including Rolling Stone, TV Guide and Time, and her work on the television series BayWatch brought her the honor of being the first woman accepted into the Hollywood Camera Union, IATSE “International Alliance of Theatrical State Employees”, Local 659.