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❴Download❵ ➻ Saltwater, Sweetwater: Women Write from California North Coast Author Barbara L. Baer – S-mebel.pro We found the theme for Saltwater Sweetwater writing about our lives on California's North Coast in the winter months of 1997 Author Suzanne Lipsett had recently died and environmental activist Judi BaWe found the theme for Saltwater Sweetwater writing about our lives on California's North Coast in the winter months of 1997 Author Suzanne Lipsett had recently died and environmental activist Judi Bari was gravely ill with inoperable cancer The dozen women who had put together a first collection of writing Cartwheels on the Faultline retreated to the North Coast to envision another book Losing Suzanne Lipsett and Judi Bari so young to breast cancer devastated and frightened all of us Whether or not we knew them personally their courageous lives and deaths touched everyone who read about them Suzanne and Judi died at the most creative time in their lives with major work ahead and young children who still needed them Suzanne wrote and worked as an editor through a decade of illness The bomb that had blown up under Judi Bari's car seat had crippled but not stopped her; she organized rallies protested wrote and sang through pain To hold Suzanne and Judi in our minds longer to honor them we would write about the places they loved from what Suzanne called the Sonoma savannas to the rugged beauty and ancient forests of the North Coast These places gave Suzanne and Judi their inspiration and purpose Our first collection Cartwheels on the Faultline had bubbled up with a fountain of ideas Unlimited unrestrained by a theme the book could barely contain the voices of twenty seven Sonoma County women writing about anything and.

Everything we wanted to say By contrast Saltwater Sweetwater has had a direction from the start and has grown like a river deepening as it gathered in tributaries Early on Maureen Jennings and I recognized a curious unity running through many of the manuscripts we received All the writers understood that we were dedicating the book to Suzanne and Judi and that every piece had to touch on or be about place The writings were all regionally connected but beyond that a remarkable number of them were also about ghosts about bridging the worlds of life and death Many stories and memoirs and poems even the funny ones seemed haunted as if resisting separation and loss As we opened envelopes with manuscripts tucked inside we wondered if we were calling to phantoms Or were they calling us? Suzanne Lipsett knew that her last novel Remember Me was her finest and the critics acclaimed it She next published a memoir Surviving a Writer's Life that blended her evolution as an artist with an exploration of the difficulties that loving words and making a living as an editor had always presented Suzanne's husband Tom Rider has given us one of the essays from a book she was completing before she died Suzanne never stopped writing her own work or editing books for others She connected many friends in Sonoma County who cared about literature Judi Bari came to Mendocino County from the East in the late 1970s fell in love with redwoods a.

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ePUB Saltwater, Sweetwater: Women Write from California North ↠ s mebel.pro

ePUB Saltwater, Sweetwater: Women Write from California North ↠ s mebel.pro

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