Letting Go: Living without a Net unlocks the secrets language of living assiduously and dangerously, of embracing life with tenacity and abandon. There are times when we feel that we must stay the course, times when we are determined to hang in there no matter what. But there are other times when fire bells are going off in our head, and we know it is essential to change plans, to venture forth, to see out the strange and unfamiliar.
This anthology is part of the Chrysalis Reader series, which explores themes of spiritual development and growth through poetry, essays, short fiction, and artwork.
About the Author
Robert F. Lawson’s poetry has appeared in Three Rivers Poetry Journal, Salt Lick, Plum Review, Phoenix, Negative Capability, Lullwater Review, Kalliope, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, and others. He is currently the major gifts and planned giving officer for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. A co-editor for the Chrysalis Reader and former editor for Simon & Schuster, Lawson does freelance editing and writing consultation as time permits.
Carol S. Lawson holds a master’s degree in creative writing and literature from Bennington College. Her long and varied career in publishing has included editing a medical journal for Harper & Row, publications work for the U.S. Public Health Service and the Environmental Protectio