Kimberly Childs

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Kimberly Childs grew up moving between London, New York and her grandparent’s Kentucky farm. Determined to find her spiritual family she searched through 1960s San Francisco and found Guru Sri Chinmoy’s ashram in Queens, New York. While with the group, she co-owned three vegetarian restaurants. After leaving the ashram she enrolled in Adelphi University and attained her Masters Degree in Social Work. She worked with alcoholics and their families and turned to fiber arts as a mode of self-expression. She has had many one-woman shows and won awards.
When she lost her voice to spasmodic dysphonia she turned to Peggy Millin’s women’s creative writing circle as a way of healing. She Writes Press will be publishing Childs’ Remember Me As Loving Y
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