Letters home detail the life, travels, and studies of a young artist immersing herself in Eastern spiritual and artistic traditions during the late 60s and early 70s. Before the Internet, texting, and social media were ubiquituous, Stablein travels through India, Nepal, and Tibet on a journey from girlhood to adulthood and eventually motherhood.
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|Publisher:||Chin Music Press Inc.|
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About the Author
Marilyn Stablein is an award-winning poet, essayist, fiction writer, and artist. She is the author of thirteen books, including: Splitting Hard Ground: Poems (New Mexico Book Award); Bind, Alter, Fold: Artists Books; Sleeping in Caves: A Sixties Himalayan Memoir; and a collection of eco-essays, Climate and Extremes: Landscape and Imagination. Her collages, assemblages, and artist books are exhibited internationally and published in books (Lark's 1000 & 500 Artist Books) and journals including The Bone Folder. She teaches memoir, poetry, and artist books.