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Final Session of July Book Club with Linda Hogan - Shared screen with speaker view
Clare Mulvany
32:56
thank you for your beautiful reading Chelsea- it feels lovely to be read to also, as I look out over the Atlantic ocean in West Cork, Ireland. Her words travel wide and deep.
Helen jones
33:50
Her words are so beautiful and thoughtful, it was such a compelling way to see the world and she invites us to stand beside her
Cheryl Capaldo Traylor
34:17
This book was a salve for me during this strange pandemic time. It really felt like reading holy words.
Lauren Davis
34:17
I loved hearing you read Chelsea — you are our Corn Mother today!
Olga D Grovic
38:04
hope we will have access to this afterwards because both lauren's and petra's comments are wise, insightful, compassionate - and brilliant. thank you.
Helen jones
38:49
Amber, thank you for sharing that, fascinating!
Lauren Davis
43:25
Diane Glancy’s novel Pushing the Bear has some wonderful passages about the Cherokee people talking with the corn.
Olga D Grovic
48:00
hear, hear, ms. Hogan! exactly how I have viewed this period of time...
Susan Davis Cushing
01:15:53
Reading “Mean Spirit” next - can’t believe I missed it!
Jennifer Bartlau
01:16:56
What was the name of the novel she mentioned?
Cheryl Capaldo Traylor
01:17:55
Thanks to everyone. Be well, all.
Olga D Grovic
01:18:22
gratitude to and blessings for you and baby, Chelsea!
Joni James
01:18:42
thank you to you, Chelsea and Emergence magazine and Linda Hogan. Love this book club!
kat brown
01:18:43
Thank you, Chelsea, for all the offerings of Emergence community.
Jennifer Bartlau
01:19:04
Thank you and take care everyone.