We’Moon 2016: Quantum Leap Year rides the currents of Change and dares toward new Possibility, even as known reality shivers and shakes around us. Invoking the mythic Phoenix and its courageous flight from cataclysm into rebirth, the datebook reflects on chaos and opportunity, upheaval and renewal, challenge and gift. Listening closely to rumbles of planetary catastrophe, We’Moon contributors look to the natural world for restorative inspiration, affirm paradigm shifts from despair to promise. The Leap is to trust that disruption in both personal and societal life can open up space for invention, can elicit our most clear discernments, our most daring magic. We’Moon 2016 spins a quantum dance where extraordinary is the norm. For information and ordering, visit www.wemoon.ws or call 1.877.693.6666 U.S. / 541.956.6052 Int'l.
Gormglaith by Heidi Wysss: Radical lesbian separatist novel set in a plausible future with a witchy bent. Free to read online or download here.
Persimmon Tree Magazine: Writing by Women Over 60
Persimmon Tree Magazine showcases an impressive variety of literature (fiction, nonfiction, poetry) and art by women over 60, many still working well into their 80s and 90s. Many of the writers and artists are well-known: Marilyn French, Ruth Stone, Grace Paley, E.M. Broner, Paula Gunn Allen, Jane Lazarre, Faith Ringgold, and Nicole Hollander. Others are lesser known, while some are newly developing their craft in their later years. All of them are at the height of their creative powers, and all of them express the shared, though diverse experiences of aging women, from late middle age to late old age.
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Celebrations at Winter and Summer Solstice, Fall and Spring Equinox. Guest Apartment on the Ocean and backyard camping.
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DVD Order Info Look Us in the Eye:
The Old Women's Project
--by Profile Productions-- is a half hour video is based on the analysis and activism of the Old Women's Project of San Diego (founded in 2001).
The three founders of The Old Women's Project in San Diego, Cynthia Rich, Mannie Garza and Janice Keaffaber use a multitude of strategies to combat the patronizing, the contempt and the invisibility that old women meet every day of their lives, even within progressive movements.
The documentary profiles the play produced by award-winning playwright and frequent SW contributor, Carolyn Gage.