Wanderground: Stories of the Hill Women

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Back in print, this is the fantastic story of a group of women who have designed a world of peace and preserved a rich heritage of memory that ultimately changes the world they live in.

In the futuristic Wanderground, men remain in the cities, while many women who have been persecuted flee to the hills. There they share their stories of survival, remembrance, and self-discovery. Years later, expressing their freedom in unique ways, the hill women have gained telepathic abilities...

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Overview

Back in print, this is the fantastic story of a group of women who have designed a world of peace and preserved a rich heritage of memory that ultimately changes the world they live in.

In the futuristic Wanderground, men remain in the cities, while many women who have been persecuted flee to the hills. There they share their stories of survival, remembrance, and self-discovery. Years later, expressing their freedom in unique ways, the hill women have gained telepathic abilities and flying techniques, while women in the cities still struggle for enlightenment. Not only are readers led to marvel at these "supernatural" abilities, they are led to examine their own views on womanhood and how women are similar to and different from men.

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Rita Mae Brown
Sally Gearhart is an original and so is her book. Buy it. Read it. Give it to a friend.
San Francisco Chronicle
A masterful Utopian fiction...ingeniously conceived and artfully executed.
Sandy Bouchard
Sally Gearhart is a visionary,a woman with the imagination and courage to carry the beginnings of feminist psychic experimentation to their logical conclusion. In Wanderground she evokes the hill women,who combine the control of mind and matter with a sensuous adherence to women's realities and painful history. The stories are passionate and mysterious,exciting in their novelty and power. This book is a must for anyone who wants to be moved and enlightened,surprised and delighted by stories of adventure from a world we know in our hearts much surely exist somewhere.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781883523473
  • Publisher: Spinsters Ink Books
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 5.48 (w) x 8.44 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

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Opening 1
Red Waters 9
Alaka's Journey 13
A Morning Together 23
Clana and the Snakes 37
Sisterblood 43
The Deep Cella 57
Krueva and the Pony 71
Ijeme's Story 79
A Time to Sing 91
Pelagine Stretches 101
Diana and the Moon 123
Windriding 135
A Man in the City 145
The Gatherstretch 155
On the Way to the Kochlias 175
The Remember Rooms 181
Meeting the Gentles 221
Voki at the Welling Place 241
The Telling of the Days of Artilidea 249
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