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Here are some blurbs on the book that can also be found on my web site intuitivegateways This book belongs to Mary Magdalen, the woman who, in the Gnostic gospels, is the confidante of Jesus, both a spiritual initiate and one deeply alive in the body, caught in the rich crisis of being DeNicola looks to find a site of transfiguration, a mountain upon which the selHere are some blurbs on the book that can also be found on my web site intuitivegateways This book belongs to Mary Magdalen, the woman who, in the Gnostic gospels, is the confidante of Jesus, both a spiritual initiate and one deeply alive in the body, caught in the rich crisis of being DeNicola looks to find a site of transfiguration, a mountain upon which the self is opened and changed Mark Doty Art and religion are inextricably intertwined Poets as diverse as Czeslaw Milosz, Wang Wei, and the Sufi poet Jelaluddin Rumi have attempted to express the inexpressible in their work In her short collection of poems titled Inside Light , Deborah DeNicola makes a lively foray into this tradition This link opens a new website in a new window full review Eleanor Goodman This is a marvelous collection funny, tough, lucid, tender, musical, and intensely alive Read it, read it, read it Thomas Lux Deborah DeNicola infuses images with transcendent light In every detail, mundane or miraculous, she delivers passion and precision whether it is John a finger in a messianic socket baptizing Jesus or her mother incarnate at ninety in the sundowning hour Hers is a language of the unexpected, of paths to the heart Steven Ablon Inside Light makes the characters we know from ancient tales into people you d meet just around the corner weighing their inner lives, waiting for insight I saw them, briefly in a flash of imagination lit by the poet s crisp words then they were gone And I was a bit different for their light Robert Bosnak, Jungian psychoanalyst, author of Embodiment Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel
Deborah De Nicola
Deborah DeNicola s most recent publication is Inside Light, a chapbook from Finishing Line Press and her spiritual memoir The Future That Brought Her Here, is forthcoming in April from Nicholas Hays Ibis Press A full collection of poetry, Original Human, is also scheduled for publication in 2010 from Custom Words Press Deborah edited the anthology Orpheus Company Contemporary Poems on Greek Mythology, from The University Press of New England She was awarded a Poetry Fellowship in 1997 from the National Endowment for the Arts, received The William T Foley Award in 2000 from America, The Barbara Bradley Award in 1996 from The New England Poetry Club, The Packingtown Review Essay Award 2008, Best of Net Anthology 2008, The Briar Cliff Poetry Award 2007 and a Special Mention from The Pushcart Prizes 1992 She is the author of Where Divinity Begins Alice James Press and three chapbooks, Harmony of the Next forthcoming November 2005 which won the Riverstone Chapbook Award, Psyche Revisited 1992 , which won the Embers Magazine Chapbook Contest, and Rainmakers Coyote Love Press A Bread Loaf Scholar 1993 , a recipient of fellowships from The MacDowell Colony 1994 , The Centrum Foundation 1995 , The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts 1997 , and The Vermont Studios 1999 Deborah DeNicola was trained by the Dutch Jungian Analyst Robert Bosnak who coined the term Embodied dream work She teaches poetry and dream image workshops in South Florida and reviews poetry for The Ft Lauderdale Sun Sentinel.
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