A novelist recounts her experiences at Cheryl Strayed’s Writers Camp at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, where she learned the importance of recognizing authenticity in her writing and finding her tribe.
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The author of four poetry collections talks about his obsession with the unknown and the poem as a descendent of God.