Writing Through Revelations, Visions and Dreams will take readers into a journey through the internal landscape of self. Using her own soul's journey as a starting point, Stella Pope Duarte describes in awe-inspiring words, the language of the soul and the nebulous world of revelations, visions and dreams. In startling, measured prose, she unfolds a world of shadows, light pursuing darkness to the bitter end. Boldly, heart-in-hand, she explores the workings of the invisible world-the "private estate." Writing Through Revelations, Visions and Dreams is a writing memoir that is a roadmap to understanding an artist's soul, and how to use the invisible world to create "visible work." This brilliant memoir will bring to life the intimate "I am" hidden within that, once recognized, raises a cry of joy.
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About the Author
Inspired to become a writer through a prophetic dream of her father in 1995, Stella Pope Duarte is described by Jacquelyn Mitchard as a "magical weaver with a sure hand and a pure heart," and praised by Ursula K. Leguin as an author who "will enlarge humanity." Her works include: Fragile Night, Let Their Spirits Dance, If I Die in Juárez and Women Who Live in Coffee Shops and Other Stories. Hailed by critics as a "major, new literary voice in America," her work has won honors and awards nationwide, including a 2009 American Book Award, Southwest Book of the Year Award, Arizona Book of the Year Award, and a Pulitzer Prize nomination. A critically acclaimed author, educator, and human rights advocate, her inspirational talks reach audiences of all ages. She believes that writing, like love, begins within, or it doesn't start at all.