The Tao and the Bard: A Conversation


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$16.95  $15.76
Arcade Publishing
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5.4 X 7.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.45 pounds
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About the Author

Phillip DePoy, a writer, composer, and nationally reviewed performance artist, is the former director of the theater program at Clayton State University and the author of thirteen novels. He received the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award for best mystery play in 2002. It was while he was composing the score for the now classic Hamlet! The Musical! that the need for this conversation occurred to him. He lives in Decatur, Georgia.


Julia MacLeod shares unique and enchanting experiences as a nurse in rural Scotland. Her stories will ring true with every nurse--or anyone--who has ever cared for a family or a community, whether in Scotland or America. Call the Nurse is a delightful read. --LeAnn Thieman, author of Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul
This charming, bracing reminiscence of life on a remote Hebridean island captures a vanishing world filled with memorable stories and characters. It ranges from birth to death, with accounts of celebrations and tragedies, elemental struggles and essential relationships, and unique customs and traditions in a culture few of us have encountered. Mary J. MacLeod makes you care, moves you, amuses you, shocks you, teaches you: This is a surprising, satisfying memoir. --Floyd Skloot, author of In the Shadow of Memory and The Wink of the Zenith: The Shaping of a Writer s Life
Julia MacLeod has written a book which encapsulates Hebridean life during some decades past . . . with a sensitivity that reflects her nursing career. --Lady Claire Macdonald of Macdonald, from her foreword