Synopses & Reviews
Gail Sher's first guidebook, One Continuous Mistake
, showed writers how to develop awareness and deal with distraction through the Four Noble Truths (for writers). Drawing from Sher's thirty years of experience as a Zen Buddhist, psychotherapist, poet, and teacher, The Intuitive Writer
is her second enlightening guide for the writer (now seated at her desk) that explains how to shape and sharpen her perceptions, both of her own voice and that of the world around her.
An invaluable tool for writers of every level, The Intuitive Writer explores the wisdom, spirituality, and ultimate uniqueness embedded in the language of one's daily life.
Drawing from Sher's 30 years of experience as a Zen Buddhist, psychotherapist, poet, and teacher, "The Intuitive Writer" is her second enlightening guide for the writer that explains how to shape and sharpen perceptions.
About the Author
Gail Sher is the author of eight books of poetry and one book on breadmaking, in addition to her books on writing. She has been awarded Teacher of the Year by the combined educational faculties of the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, and San Francisco State University.