Nov 15, 2021
“The next morning, I brought my tape recorder with me. I wanted to start each day dancing, as a way of warming up my body, and being as receptive as possible to whatever might come through. ...”
A new season continues. This season, "Memoir as Metaphor"
features short readings of Carolyn's writings. Choosing from family
history, essays, her "Musings on the Passing Scene," and her
memoirs, Carolyn will share stories past and current as they
pertain to the world around us.
This episode's reading is from a book Carolyn wrote with Natasha Hoffman and was published by Findhorn Press in 2010 called Voices Out of Stone. The stories take place among the megalithic standing stones in Brittany, and continues as Carolyn stays on alone for solo time with the standing stones. Music: Composer: Kaila Flexer
Performed by Teslim: Kaila Flexer and Gari Hegedus http://www.kailaflexer.com/teslim/
Carolyn North Out Loud is produced by: Leslie Jackson: www.mudfest.net
Contact Carolyn North: firstname.lastname@example.org
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LET US BE THE SHIFT!