Original Production. Both Natalie and the audience were professionally recorded live during a workshop at The Marsh in Minnetonka, Minnesota. Recorded over two days and edited, with Natalie's help, to the best 140 minutes. Listen to Natalie weave writing theory and Zen theory. "Just trust yourself," she says. "You don't have anybody else to trust." Includes groundbreaking advice on structuring your writing. Includes thoughts about Carson McCullers, Allen Ginsberg and Natalie's Zen teacher Katagiri Roshi. Includes workshop student readings and Q&A sessions. Also includes Natalie reading the introduction to her book Long Quiet Highway.
|Edition description:||2 Cassettes, 2 Hours 20 Minutes|
|Product dimensions:||4.52(w) x 7.02(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Natalie Goldberg is a writer, teacher, poet and painter who lives in New Mexico. She has presented workshops featuring her now-famous Rules of Writing Practice to thousands of writers and aspiring writers in the U.S. and Europe. The first of her many books was Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within, which has sold over one million copies. Her website is nataliegoldberg.com.