Join author Megan Willome as she reads classics in the new column, A Ritual to Read to Each Other. What beloved book or poem do you want to protect?
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Join author Megan Willome in the new column, A Ritual to Read to Each Other, and consider what you might read to a giant dangerous and dying spider?
Start a new ritual! Join us on a new reading journey as we read wisdom to each other with poet William Stafford as our guide and declarer.
Come learn the secrets of deep reading with author Megan Willome and combine lectio divina with Harry Potter. And share your June pages for our monthly Reader, Come Home column.
Come learn the secrets of being a deep reader with author Megan Willome, as she meets a 14th century Norwegian woman named Kristin. And share your April pages.
Come learn the secrets of being a deep reader with Megan Willome. And share your November pages for our monthy Reader, Come Home column.
Charlotte Donlon invites us to “read like a writer,” discovering both a rich past and an immediate present in the present tense writing of Mary Oliver’s “Upstream.”
How many books does it take to save your child from the Summer Reading Slide? Get the answer, plus 10 totally fun ideas for how to keep summer reading in swing!
Why read a poem? It can tell the truth slant with “superb surprise” and dazzle us, gradually or with swift and sudden force, into insight and action.
Gather your books, a comfy blanket and a cup of tea. Andy Hayes has 10 great ideas to inspire you to create your dream reading nook.
Heed the voices, says Wm. Anthony Connolly, for they are the memoirist’s own rising from the soul.
Do you have creativity rituals? What rituals sparked your creativity as a child? How does ritual foster creativity? Discuss “Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree” by Claire Burge with us in our book club.
How do you get off your book-writing plateau? It might involve a knife and sponge.
Tea goes with writing, writing starts with poetry. It’s a like a triangle with tea at the top, the left corner as poetry, and the right corner as my regular writing. Megan Willome, on tea and poetry,
Maybe could write your own “radio ritual” poem?
Take a spiritual journey without leaving your backyard God in the Yard: Spiritual Practice for the Rest of Us by L.L. Barkat invites readers to break away from technology and experience solitude in nature an hour every day. NEW YORK – Imagine taking time every day for one hour to do something…and do it for […]
CATALOG DESCRIPTION Author: L.L. Barkat Website: llbarkat.com Contact info: llbarkat [at] yahoo [dot] com 5.5″ x 8.5 ” 174 pages paperback, $15.00 978-0984553112 Available through Amazon and Ingram May 2010 RELIGION/Christian Life/Spiritual Formation Market/Audience • General readers • Spiritual directors • Spiritual formation and psychology professors • Pastors • Small group leaders Summary Through days […]
We celebrated another day of Random Acts of Poetry, delighted by poems chalked and inked and memorized and read aloud in the public square. How did you spend the day?
Join author L.L. Barkat in the coffee shop (and the attic) and consider the joy of poetry and matcha, for your weary soul.
Grab your mushy gushy Valentines! Join author Megan Willome for the Children’s Book Club as she reads ‘Junie B. Jones and the Mushy Gushy Valentime.’