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Writing Practice: Natalie Goldberg & The “Bones”

More than twenty years out of high school, I still think Writing Down the Bones is one of the best books a writer will ever pick up.

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I went to high school in a rather bleak, industrial area of Winnipeg. There were power lines everywhere, few green spaces, &, in the filthy spring, mud, salt, &…




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J.D. Harms

J.D. Harms

Former hairstylist, perpetual philosophy student, swallowed by poetry, writing, ideas

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