On Writing About Embodiment – Part 1

On Writing About Embodiment – Part 1

Here is a new series about writing embodied nonfiction while loosely connecting to an annotated Skin of Glass.  Sharing my memoir, Skin of Glass: Finding Spirit in the Flesh, in small bites allows me to include ancillary ideas that,

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  • by Deda, post on | Reply

    Dunya,
    I love this:
    “Skin is a sort of fabric, a place for light to rest.”
    A place for light to rest. What a powerful insight to savor.

  • by Dunya, post on | Reply

    Thanks, Deda ~ It feels so warm to know you are reading this.

  • by Grace, post on | Reply

    Dunya,

    You so eloquently express that elusive process of spontaneous creation in the moment, both in your dance and in the process of writing. Your writing speaks to engaging all of our senses in order to be fully alive. Beautiful! I’m looking forward to your continued exploration of this topic.

    • by Dunya, post on | Reply

      Thanks, Grace. Yes to “engaging all of our senses to be alive!“