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Women’s Poetry

For we have only begun to express how we see the world. And after our angers have risen and spent themselves, and we have made peace with our deepest and feminine selves, we can settle down to getting the world written and into print.

By Elizabeth Cox , Judy Hogan , Sarah Keith , Jenovefa Knoop , Virginia Love Long , Marilyn Michael , Marsha Poirier , Jaki Shelton , Barbara Street & Jean Wilson November 1975
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Feeling G--d

I’ll start with feeling bad. It’s a bone with a little — you should pardon the expression — meat on it. Tears are tears. Nobody needs to tell you how to feel bad. It’s as natural as bleeding. As natural as concentration camps, impotence, or saying the wrong thing.

By Sy Safransky September 1975
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Seth Speaks: A Glimpse Of Infinity

Book Review

If his words evoke for you the same renewed wonder at the possibilities of creation, the same suggestion of undreamt-of expression, unacknowledged realities, and unlimited self-realization, I might escape a little of the karmic shitstorm that comes from saying: read this book.

By Sy Safransky September 1975
The Sun Interview

Death And Other Cures

An Interview With Dr. Lobsang Dolma

“Illness,” she says, “is caused by your own actions in this or a former lifetime. Killing, stealing, and lying can draw illness to yourself.” In one out of ten illnesses, she continues, an evil spirit is present.

By Sy Safransky June 1975
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Survival Primer

We create the world with our beliefs. This is as true of global ecologies as of our more personal environment — our bodies, our homes.

June 1975