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Photographs By Priscilla Rich Safransky

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By Priscilla Rich July 1978
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Another Appetite

Except for a few independent strands, her soft white hair is pulled back from one of the gentlest faces ever to smile through a window. Her dress is plain, as comfortable as her worn blue tennis shoes, yet feminine.

By Judy Bratten April 1977
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories


I have noticed that there are those who give spontaneously, unself-consciously. There are also those who have the same ability, but become distracted and brought down by the shadow of their own personalities, and a wavering results. In that instant of wavering, the gift melts. A state of listening grace evolves from instinctive setting aside of self.

By Betsy Campbell Blackwell December 1976
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories


The two big trees fascinate me. . . . I watch the very tiptops of those trees and wonder if I can poise my consciousness in those leaves at the top long enough to BE there. I try.

By Betsy Campbell Blackwell July 1976
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Therapies: Choose The Right One

If you desire assistance and relief from the concerns, confusions, or pain of your life, select the person who will be most effective in helping you. . . . A brief overview of a few psychotherapeutic orientations follows.

By Leaf Diamant June 1976
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Suicide Notes For Suckers From The Would-Be Inferno

We are living in the exaggerations of our memories of the future. These are HISTORICAL TIMES.

Medea (Rob Brezsny) June 1976