New Book: Mortal Beings
What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be a creature who will die? How best shall we live in the mystery – and the joy – of mortality, of progressing from birth to whatever comes after life?
Meeting in the Margins
Meeting in the Margins is a narrative contemplation on the importance of SEEING and simply BEING WITH the ones whom society would prefer remain invisible: the homeless, the destitute, the aging, the physically and mentally ill, the dying.
One or two at a time, sometimes more, Cynthia’s poems and essays go out into the world in literary journals. You are invited to follow the links in this section to see which magazines and what they chose to print.
Advocacy, Advance Directives, and Proactive Aging
An ADVOCATE is one who speaks for another whose voice may be less articulate, weaker, more vulnerable, or silent. ADVANCE DIRECTIVES are a way we can inform our advocates, in advance, of our values and our wishes. Circles of Caring can support us in the work of proactive aging. In her retirement, this is Cynthia’s legacy work.
Once a month Cynthia posts an essay about some thought or experience that has caught her attention. Visit the blog and scroll through to see what ideas pique your interest.
Meet the Author
How did Cynthia become an author; and how on earth did she end up working so deeply in the margins of our culture?
Listen to a Recent Interview
Cynthia was recently interviewed on the Booklovers’ Cafe feature on KPTZ-FM radio. Cris Wilson talks with her about poetry and street-level outreach of a very different style.
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