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Lorie Adair is the recipient of several Norman Mailer Scholarships and Arizona Commission on the Arts Creative Writing fellowships. Spider Woman’s Loom was a finalist for the SouthWest Writers Award and a semi-finalist for the Dana Award. She has written for NPR affiliate, KJZZ, and her fiction and creative non-fiction have appeared in Hippocampus Magazine, Kindred, Praxis Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques and Terrain.org and was featured as an emerging artist in Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine. She lived an taught on the Navajo reservation several years before earning an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. She currently resides in metro-Phoenix.

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Lorie Adair I've found book resources like Robert Olen Butler's book From Where You Dream incredibly helpful for working through a blocked phase. I also turn to m…moreI've found book resources like Robert Olen Butler's book From Where You Dream incredibly helpful for working through a blocked phase. I also turn to my journal a good deal to work out the kinks. Susan Taylor Chehak urges her friends and students to read broadly and deeply so that is a resource as well because for me it's less block and more "locked" i.e. not shifting smoothly from one gear to the next if you will. I've also found crafting, painting, yoga, intense exercise, and skiing to really help--giving the 'monkey mind' something else to fixate on so the rest of the brain can freely work its magic.(less)
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Spider Woman's Loom

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Description: Navajo elder, Noni Lee weaves a tale of resilience in the face of personal tragedy for the benefit of troubled Shi'yazhi.

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