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Re: “The guru of groovy

Did Gia-fu do psychodrama as well as tai chi at Still Point on bear creek road in the Santa Cruz mountains in California?
Or were the two Harvard students I gave a ride up there from Los Gatos putting me on, as it were?
I was young and green, asking a lot of questions. I told them about the MidPeninsula Free U and the Psychodrama Workshop lead by Stanford postdoc fellow Vik Lovell, to whom Ken Kesey dedicated his book One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
They must have been reflecting me!
What else?
Can you shed some light on this?
Thx in advance.
Best, Frances Blasquez Perren, one of Viks clients and devotees.

Posted by Frances Blasquez Perren on 05/21/2019 at 10:31 PM

Re: “Short Stories

I am happy to have such kind of information and i was getting bored and then i found many things from this article.You did such a great job and i hope for more in future.

Posted by karishma singh on 03/15/2019 at 3:11 AM

Re: “Dr. Rosenna Bakari’s memoir documents the years she spent in silence as an abuse survivor

Thank You for your Courage Dr. Bakari. I hope your book and your work continue to provide healing to sexual abuse survivors for years to come. You are an Amazing human being and woman.

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Posted by V Lou on 03/31/2018 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Dr. Rosenna Bakari’s memoir documents the years she spent in silence as an abuse survivor

Thank you, Dr. Bakari, for speaking openly and truthfully and for giving us a voice and a platform. I'm so sorry you've endured what you have, what we all have. You're a Blessing.

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Posted by Kelli Grauel on 03/28/2018 at 3:51 PM

Re: “Coyote America author Dan Flores lays out why we should know more about the resilient native canid

The coyotes near us here in New Mexico are a curious and not entirely unwelcome presence. Behind our home is a protected land bordering on urban development. The coyotes howl at night and if one has never heard them, it is not like anything other animal sound. Sometimes, when we hear them at night and if they are real close by, we'll get up and go outside with flashlights in hopes of seeing them. Listening to them is also a treat.
These animals are so well suited to living around people. During the daylight, I have had coyotes walk right past me on he street and not even realize that they are there. They have a particularly good camouflage.
We will be permanently leaving NM this weekend for our other home in Manitou Springs. It has not yet been my experience to witness coyotes in Manitou, though I will not be surprised if I begin seeing them. They certainly belong and humans need to co-exist with them.

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Posted by Jasmine on 02/01/2018 at 8:01 AM

Re: “Chris Beasley uses poetry to speak his truth

Love you baby, mom

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Posted by Ruthie Greene-Beasley on 10/04/2017 at 6:49 PM

Re: “How My Cat Is My Hat and My Sleeping Cap came to be

So proud of you Catherine!!! I knew you could do it!!!

Posted by Jennifer Boissineau on 02/19/2017 at 7:06 PM

Re: “New 'readers series' offers writers a not-too-scary forum for sharing their work

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Posted by carsondavid on 06/08/2016 at 1:08 AM

Re: “New 'readers series' offers writers a not-too-scary forum for sharing their work

Hello Jill Thomas,
I am really impressed by your effort, a good writer attracts the readers with his best writing and sharing his best experience, and I think you have all the qualities you are the best writer. I hope you will share some more article I really like your writing skills.

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Posted by james5712 on 05/06/2016 at 12:48 AM

Re: “Dan Gardner paints homage to 52 of his favorite books

Holy cow, what a treat to find Dan Gardner here, throwing his creative spirit to the winds. Woohoo!

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Posted by Beth Branson on 09/14/2015 at 8:13 AM

Re: “An interview with Laura Hendrie

I knew Laura Hendrie in New Mexico 25 years ago.Recently I gave a friend "Remember Me" She said it was 'The best book she has read'. After all these years I am reading it again. Ina Koch. Hawaii. Is it possible to get in touch with Laura?

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Posted by Ina Koch on 04/02/2015 at 11:53 PM

Re: “¿Hablas Mango?

You did mentioned it in the post.. that's cool!! nice way to bring all in together.. cheers!

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Posted by on 05/05/2014 at 5:50 AM

Re: “Colorado author Diane Mott Davidson serves up her 17th novel

I have read everyone of these novels...they are really fun, and the recipes are delicious.

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Posted by TejonTech on 08/25/2013 at 5:45 PM

Re: “Radical inspiration

Huge apologies for the mistake, Nancy. We'll get that date updated online. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

Kirsten Akens, associate editor

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Posted by Kirsten Akens on 01/17/2013 at 2:10 PM

Re: “Radical inspiration

I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the book signing! It is on SUNDAY, January 20 from 3 to 5 p.m.

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Posted by Nancy Saltzman on 01/17/2013 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Perfect pages

Another great GLBTIQ book that recently came out is "The Cross in the Closet" by Timothy Kurek about a southern baptist young adult who came out as gay for a year to see how his family, friends and church/ community would treat him. Great book- amazing courage and meekness to do such a thing and see for himself that God loves and accepts GLBTIQ people too. I want to bring Timothy to CS during Pride to speak to our Youth group and community. I think this could open up dialog between the GLBTIQ and church community to promote tollerance, acceptance and peace among all people who live in Colorado.

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Posted by gurudori on 12/21/2012 at 2:38 PM

Re: “Perfect pages

I think you're wrong about A Land More Kind Than Home. That's been on my to-read list for seems like a year. I saw reviews of that book all over the Internet. So it hasn't been "under the radar" in my opinion. Wilderness, however, has been, although that, too, has been on my too-read list. I just by chance found a review of that book and now really want it.

Posted by techeditor on 12/19/2012 at 7:59 AM

Re: “Poetry party

I just now saw that the poems are here. At first they didn't show. I believe there are two versions of the ending, with the thought's being the same. I may be recalling the version online......

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Posted by julianza on 08/26/2012 at 12:23 AM

Re: “Poetry party

"Red Alert" is among the favorites of mine. If you recall, the ending is something like "for years, I thought it was wolves I had to beware." In other words, it was never wolves, but the mother. Nothing can prepare one for mothers of any kind. I have heard audiences nervously, slightly giggle at the end of this one when Lois has performed it, and I have heard them outright gasp. It is a very powerful piece.

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Posted by julianza on 08/26/2012 at 12:20 AM

Re: “Poetry party

Wow. Really enjoyed Red Alert. "dressed me in the color of raw meat ..." powerful. So much our parents can't -- or won't -- prepare us for.

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Posted by Johnny on 08/25/2012 at 4:22 PM

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