It is a collection of ideas about how to look, listen, breathe–how to be in the world. This book is about the creative process, but not on the page; its canvas is much larger. Author Lynell George not only engages the world that shaped Octavia E. Butler, she also explores the very specific processes through which Butler shaped herself–her unique process of self-making. I
Picking up where How to Not Always Be Working left off, Getting to Center is an empathetic offering to those who are looking for a roadmap for finding their way back to equilibrium. This book meditates on endings, grief and joy, ease, hope, addiction, and beginnings, pairing Marlee’s own experiences and wisdom with practical exercises and tools for creating balance and understanding within the natural changes of life.
Rachel True, an actress best known for her role in The Craft, is a lifelong occultist–she had been reading tarot cards long before being cast in the 90s witchy cult classic. Now, True shares her tarot knowledge through her unique guidebook and deck boxed set. Each card in the deck is uniquely made following a beautiful, multicultural aesthetic. True’s guidebook helps readers use the cards as she does: with an intuitive approach, rather than assigning one literal definition to each card.
Join bestselling author and self-care facilitator Alexandra Elle for an hour-long guided workshop weaving together storytelling, meditation, and journaling to help you embrace all the beauty, love, and opportunity life has to offer. Alex’s newest book, AFTER THE RAIN, will be the roadmap for this event, as she delivers lessons on how to overcome obstacles, build confidence, and cultivate abundance in an age of uncertainty.
October 13, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The Latina superstar shares the impossible true story of her fight to realize her dreams in this powerful memoir and inspirational guide.
The Girl with the Self-Esteem Issues is the remarkable story of Rosie Mercado’s journey from helplessness to becoming a model, life coach, and daytime celebrity and one of the “top 25 most powerful Latinas” (People). But as Rosie reveals, that success came after years of pain.