By Iris Graville. Homebound Publications, 2017. 260 pages. $17.95/paperback; eBook coming December 2017. This wonderful memoir tells the story of […]
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Beth Taylor is a member of Westerly (R.I.) Meeting and teaches creative nonfiction in Brown University’s Nonfiction Writing Program.
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Surrendering to a source of deeper wisdom. With podcast and video author interview.
Iris Graville is a writer from Lopez Island, Wash., where she attends Lopez Island Preparative Meeting and blogs regularly at irisgraville.com. Her first book is Hands at Work; her memoir-in-progress, Hiking Naked—A Quaker Woman’s Search for Balance, is a personal narrative of what she learned while living in Stehekin, Wash.
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Stehekin, a remote mountain village fixed in an earlier time, taught me how to survive in the world today. Located […]
Iris Graville “polished” this essay at a Pendle Hill workshop—“The Ministry of Writing for Publication,” led by Tom Mullen. She is a member of University Meeting in Seattle and attends the Lopez Island (Wash.) Worship Group.
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Fried plantains; fireflies lighting the night sky; marimbas; tamales; pineapple juice trickling down my chin and a pale green sauce […]
Iris Graville is a member of Lopez Island (Wash.) Worship Group.
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