Nancy Slonim Aronie
Nancy Slonim Aronie, a commentator for National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, is the author of Writing from the Heart. Founder of the Chilmark Writing Workshop on Martha’s Vineyard, she was a Visiting Writer at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and a Harvard University teaching fellow for Robert Coles. Nancy is also a columnist for McCall’s.
Putting Your Soul on the Page
“In writing your story, you can honor your lowest self, and you can access your highest self. It’s a spiritual practice.”
The Story of You: Writing as a Tool for Self-Discovery
Writing can be a direct line to our deepest self, a path to understanding who and why we are.
Spinning Tales into Gold: The Alchemy of Memoir Writing
I consider myself fairly self-aware. I’m relatively in touch with my feelings and can put words to them. I have a good sense of my strengths and weaknesses. I know where I trip myself up.
His and Hers R&R
A husband and wife come to Kripalu for R&R, and remember that we’re all in it together.
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