Resultados para: natalie-goldberg
Moving to a commune, a Brooklyn-born Jewish girl, Nell Schwartz, establishes a new identity for herself and falls madly in love with a horn player named Gauguin and a Nebraska farm-raised artist named Anna. Reprint.sob encomenda
Explains how to transform an initial creative inspiration into a finished essay, story, poem, novel, or memoir, discussing such topics as the structure of writing, character and plot development, and what one can learn from another writer.sob encomenda
Gozo de Escribir , Elsob encomenda
The beloved teacher and author of the million-and-a-half copy bestseller Writing Down the Bones reveals a new method of writing in 'a priceless distillation of her accumulated wisdom and experience as a writer, coach, and instructor on mindfulness'...sob encomenda
Twenty years ago Natalie Goldberg's classic, Writing Down the Bones, broke new ground in its approach to writing as a practice. Now, Old Friend from Far Away--her first book since Writing Down the Bones to focus solely on writing--reaffirms...sob encomenda
One of America's favorite teachers, Natalie Goldberg has inspired millions to write as a way to develop an intimate relationship with their minds and a greater understanding of the world in which they live. Now, through this honest and wry...
Offers advice on writing creatively, discusses the importance of discipline, and suggests writing exercises.sob encomenda
Goldberg,Natalie; Murphy, Sean(4963615)
Drawn from the archives of major Zen centers in America and interviews with some of the most seminal figures of American Zen, including Philip Kapleau, Bernie Glassman, Gary Snyder, and Walter Nowick, One Bird, One Stone presents the notable...
The ordained Zen Buddhist describes her precarious relationships with her old-school father and her Zen teacher, both of whom betrayed her, in a personal account that explores how truth can be gleaned in the face of failure and disappointment.
Zaleski,Philip; Zaleski,Philip; Goldberg,Natalie(876162)
Presents a collection of essays, articles, and poems from a variety of religious and spiritual traditions, including the writings of Harvey Cox, Heather King, Dana Tierney, Gary Snyder, and Helen Garner.