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Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within

af Natalie Goldberg

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    Om at skrive : en forfatters erindringsbog om håndværket af Stephen King (VictoriaPL)
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    If You Want to Write af Brenda Ueland (Z-Ryan)
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    Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind af Shunryu Suzuki (sturlington)
    sturlington: Goldberg is a practicing Buddhist. Her book references this one, and both are structured in a similar way and focus on the concept of practice.
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Natalie Goldberg’s guide for writers seeks to free authors to engage their own minds in writing. Using Zen Buddhism as a template, she describes the practice of writing as similar to meditation in that an author engages her/his own mind. She seeks to free writers from a persistent “inner critic” who chatters doubts, hangups, and insecurities. She labels this the “monkey mind” in contrast to a “creative mind.” As she does in writing seminars, she even proscribes a set duration of writing each day, much like one would engage in prayer or meditation.

Goldberg herself comes from a non-practicing Jewish background. She had no strong educational awards to fall back on but became inspired in the feminist movement to do something noteworthy. She eventually gained a Buddhist mentor whose influence is all over this book and her life. She even re-engaged with Judaic spiritual rhythms.

She speaks in very earthy tones with strong metaphors, which increases reader engagement with the book. This audiobook contains the original text of her book along with interviews about each chapter done over a decade later. Goldberg is sometimes surprised at her confidence and at other times, critiques her younger self. This added dynamic makes the audiobook even more interesting.

Obviously, this book is intended primarily for authors and writing professionals. However, anyone who wants a more transparent relationship with the writing process, whether in business emails or even with computer code (my trade), can benefit from Goldberg’s advice. She simply cautions writers to tone down their self-criticism and actually get down to the process of honest writing. Most readers will engage better with what the author finds most meaningful and relatable. Self-actualization is a key part of the process. This perspective can engage with better writing and better living in 2023 as well as it originally did in the 1980s. ( )
  scottjpearson | Sep 2, 2023 |
Als je behalve van lezen ook van schrijven houdt is dit een heel inspirerend boek, waarvan je zin krijgt om te schrijven. ( )
  laurenhynde | Aug 27, 2023 |
Writing
  cadamleo | Apr 17, 2023 |
Good reading, about writing. ( )
  mykl-s | Mar 2, 2023 |
A delightful book ( )
  jenwelsh | Nov 18, 2022 |
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For all my students past, present, and future and for Kate Green and Barbara Schmitz.

May we all meet in heaven cafe writing for eternity.
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Some years ago, while cleaning out my grandmother's attic, I came across this motto encased in an old oak picture frame: Do Your Work As Well As You Can and Be Kind.
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I was a goody-two-shoes all through school.
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