Here’s an article about how yoga can help with the process of grief for Natural Awakenings Magazine.
And another one on how to integrate yoga and writing, which I do in my occasional Pen & Pose series.
Here’s a poem (an ode to boredom, in fact) which was anthologized in The Poetry of Yoga, Volume 2. 50% of the proceeds go to One Common Unity. (Please note that this collection has been picked up by White Cloud Press: you can see volume 1 here — volume 2 will be re-released in 2016.)
Another ode (this one to insomnia) was published in the Anthology….and love….. — with proceeds supporting poets who teach in community settings
You can listen to me read the title piece from The Last of My Village (Warning, it’s a meet-up group at a cafe, with lots of ambient noise. But a great gathering!)
Here’s another poem, Optical Illusions, in Beltway Poetry Quarterly, a fabulous online literary journal and resource in the DC area.
My Poetry Collection: The Last of My Village
Winner of Poetica Magazine’s 2010 Chapbook Contest, The Last of My Village is a collection of contemplative poems that pay tribute to that which we all leave behind — neighborhoods, families, aspirations — in order to begin again.
The Last of My Village is available from Poetica Magazine for $13 + $2 shipping.
Merging tender details with a searing historical memory, Yael Flusberg’s poems will draw you in and stay with you long after you first experience their alchemy. One of the unexpected consequences of this collection is that the reader wants to start the book again from the beginning, for yearning the pitch and the reverberations these poems carry.
Susan Weidman Schneider
Editor-in-Chief, Lilith Magazine