Sacred Stories: A Celebration of the Power of Story to Transform and Heal
Charles H. Simpkinson, Anne Adamcewicz Simpkinson
HarperSanFrancisco, 1993 - Religion - 273 pages
This anthology brings together the storytelling wisdom of a wide range of authors - Robert Bly, Mary Catherine Bateson, Sam Keen and Maya Angelou along with a host of spiritual, Jungian and political luminaries including Matthew Fox and Charlene Spretnak. Here is a renaissance in storytelling that reflects the many cultural changes and concerns of contemporary life.
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