This picture of Anne Morrow and Charles Lindbergh was taken in 1929 in New Mexico, where they had flown in to explore the cliff dwellings. They flew everywhere – landing in Japan, China, Stockholm, Maine, the Virgin Islands, and all along the coasts of Africa and South America. Anne was Charles’ co-pilot, as well as radio operator and navigator – she could plot their course through the skies by the stars. But she was first and foremost a writer. From a bookish family, she embraced the adventure of her life with Charles, writing about it in her letters, diaries, and best-selling books. Her style was lyrical, deeply influenced by poetry and the new, stream of consciousness modernists of the 1920s and ’30s, especially Virginia Woolf. In September 2016, a new PCK Media documentary, Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You’ll Have the Sky premiered, spurred by Couple of an Age: Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, an exhibit at Morven Museum & Garden that was featured in this State of the Arts story. The documentary, produced by Susan Wallner and narrated by Judith Light and Lily Rabe, is distributed nationwide by PBS and won a Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Outstanding Writing. (updated July 13, 2021)