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The full list of authors includes: Shakti Gawain, Gloria Steinem, Margot Anand, Angeles Arrien, Sue Bender, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Sylvia Boorstein, Joan Borysenko, Z Budapest, Brooke Medicine Eagle, Riane Eisler, Flor Fernandez, Carol Lee Flinders, China Galland, Glennifer Gillespie, Jean Houston, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Cheri Huber, Daphne Rose Kingma, Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, Joanna Macy, Nancy Mairs, Dawna Markova, Vimala McClure, Caroline Myss, Gayatri Naraine, Starhawk, Luisah Teish, Sue Patton Thoele, Paula Underwood, Rama Vernon, Margaret Wheatley, Marianne Williamson, and Marion Woodman.

Where do we go from here, and what, practically, must we do to get there? When the contributers to Fabric of the Future were asked this question, the response was immediate and impassioned. Leading women thinkers - psychologists, writers, futurists, environmentalists, business consultants, activists, and artists - representing the broadest spectrum of religion, philosophy, spirituality, and ethnicity surveyed the cultural landscape and offered their collective insight into how we can navigate these turbulent times.

The voices in this anthology speak to what is breaking through and how we can harness its enormous potential: the essays are strikingly original, their messages are consistently wise, urgent, and healing. With the forsight and intellectual courage that spring from these writings, we can begin to envision the future into being.

©1998 Conari Press; (P)1998 New Star Media Inc.

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  • William
  • Punxsutawney, PA, USA
  • 05-06-04

disappointed

I have enjoyed Gloria Steinem's work in the past. Too bad she let her material in with the rest of this. Some essays are ok many are bland pablum.

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