October 2013

 

All the content from the October 2013 Crafting an Artful Life Issue!

 

 

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FEATURES

 

Literacy Council Of Buncombe Profile: Elaine Young by Lily Contorer

 

Waynesville’s Grace Cathey Crafts An Artful Life With Fire And Steel by Frances Nevill

 

Concha’s Art by Concha Wilkinson

 

Pisgah Legal Services’ “Trapped By Poverty, Trapped By Abuse” Benefit

 

The Most Important Letter We Will Ever Write by Carolyn Wallace

 

The Women of WNCW 88.7 FM, interviews and photos by Sarajane Case

 

Life Journeys With Laurey Masterton by Roberta Binder

 

Liz Williams: Awesome Asheville Artist by Clara B. Jones

 

Behind The Scenes Of WNC’s National Farm to School Movement by Maggie Cramer

 

Adelaide Key and Maggie Smith Hope You Dance by Susan Blexrud

 

 

DEPARTMENTS

 

OPINION

 

We’ve Got Mail!

 

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

 

Funny, Isn’t It? Vote For Bucky! by Jeanne Charters

 

CosmiComedy: Playing God by Lavinia Plonka

 

MEET OUR ADVERTISERS

 

Nicole D’Ippolito – My Craft of Chiropractic

 

Lisa Rough of Sacred Circle

 

Echoview Fiber Mill

 

Common Sense Health

 

Will be back next month

 

Currency Corner & Home Space

 

Will be back next month

 

Food For Thought

 

Will be back next month

 

Mindfully Yours

 

Good Work by Judith Toy

 

Minding Her Own Business

 

Women, Spirit & Money: Asheville’s Cindy Walton Crafts an Artful Life as a Distinguished Fine Artist by Sherri L. McLendon

 

Become a Business Magnet: Will be Back Next Month

 

Pet Care Corner

 

Better Communication With Your Pet, Part 2: Receiving by L. Leigh Meriweather

 

Women Making Music

 

Will be back next month

 

Words By Women: Poetry/Fiction/Book Reviews

 

Book Review: “Small Brown Bird: Stories in Praise of Folly” By Jennifer McLean reviewed by Mary Ickes

 

Poem: “The Crook of Your Arm” by Lynn Henion

 

Book Review: “Summoning the Mountains – Pilgrimage Into Forty” By Amy “Willow” Allen reviewed By Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

 

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