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A collection of essays, stories, poems, and interviews from such distinguished writers as Robert Bly, John Seed, Deena Metzger, Roderick Nash, and Joan Halifax, among others, examines the issue of how wilderness affects us spiritually. Original.
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The call of the wild might just be the calling of our soul. A new anthology of nature writers and poets explore this possibility in The Soul Unearthed: Celebrating Wildness and Personal Renewal Through Nature. It is within the sanctuary of the wilderness, far from their computer screens and local espresso vendors, that these highly acclaimed writers find their strongest voice. As a result, the writing is as gritty and down-to-earth as it gets--vivid stories of encounters with animals, wretched weather, fear, humility, and, ultimately, with spirit.About the Author:
Cass Adams was privileged to grow up in a small and spectacular ski-resort town, which inspired his deep love of the outdoors. He earned a B.A. in Humanities and Studio Arts from the University of Colorado and a M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from the Naropa Institute. He has been a wilderness guide for both children and adults, and was the cofounder of Men's Wilderness Retreats. He has published essays about wildness and men's issues in The Men's Council Journal and The Green Man, and nature poems in the collections Life Prayers (Harper S.F., 1996) and Chokecherries: A S.O.M.O.S. Anthology (1999). He has also published three volumes of poetry: The Naked Heart (1998), The First Six Months (2000), and Silence (2000). His photographs appear in almost all of the above publications, and in the mythopoetic anthology, Wingspan: Inside the Men's Movement (St. Martin's, 1992). In addition to time spent in the Rocky Mountains, Cass has traveled in the mountainous areas of New Zealand, Alaska, and the Himalayas.
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