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Writing Down the Bones;Wild Mind

by Goldberg, Natalie

Condition: Very Good

NY: Quality Paperback Book Club, 1991. Book. Very Good. Trade Papeback. Reprint.. 171 pp. plus 238 pp. A combo giving Goldberg's pointers for writing, and her own experiences and challenges as a writer. Writing down the Bones close to new. Wild Mind has pencil notations on about 10 pages. Else close to new. Spine creasing but binding firm. Her books are both personal and practical, and include exercises for freeing the imagination. Much better than the usual creative-writing workbook. Size: 8vo -- 8.25 in Tall.

Natalie Goldberg is the author of ten books. Writing Down the Bones , her first, has sold over one million copies and has been translated into twelve languages. For the last thirty years she has practiced Zen and taught seminars in writing as a spiritual practice. She lives in New Mexico.


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