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Now displaying: July, 2020
Jul 31, 2020

Dr. Kasket is a pioneer in the privacy industry, helping to demystify online privacy and make wise decisions about “oversharing” on social media platforms.  A counseling psychologist, she is an Honorary Professor in Cyberpsychology and author and contributor to the news media in the US and the UK.

Dr. Kasket discusses her latest book, All the Ghosts in The Machine: The Digital Afterlife of Your Personal Data.   Who owns and controls your information now, and after you or your loved ones die ?   

Jul 17, 2020
Rosalie Deer Heart is an international workshop leader and retreat facilitator.  She is the author of ten books on the human condition ranging from Healing Grief: A Mother’s Story written after the death of her 14 year old son, to newly published Joy Re-Awakened.   In this interview Rosalie shares how experiencing joy is a daily choice and how harvesting from decades of personal journal entries has brought her to a place of exquisite joy to share with others. 
Jul 10, 2020

Carl Woestwin “presses juice from every moment” in his poetry collection Lucky Bastard.  Carl was inspired to begin writing by his high school English teacher, Sister Contardo and received his degree in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.  While in college his poems were published locally.  A 45-year hiatus included travel, marriages, his son Sam, groundskeeping, a degree in Horticulture, a landscaping business, men’s groups, work at Seattle Tilth Association and the City of Seattle.  In 2013 he retired a very lucky bastard !

 
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