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Patricia Lapidus

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Member since: Apr 26, 2012

Patricia Lapidus, a writer and a poet, is retired from two careers, one as a high school English teacher, and one as a social worker teaching parent skills and life skills to teen families.

"Trish" has published a memoir of her life in a community of spiritual hippies, Sweet Potato Suppers: A Yankee Woman Finds Salvation in a Hippie Village. She has published poems in a number of literary magazines, including Green Hills Literary Lantern, Off the Coast, and Peregrine. She writes articles for ezine@articles.com and maintains several blogs related to her writing and her family. Swamp Walking Woman, a modern mythic fairy tale is available as an eBook and as a soft cover paperback. Red Hen's Daughter's, her first book of poems is available from amazon.

Trish lives with her husband in New Haven, CT, where she hikes the beautiful trails of West Rock Ridge State Park, writes, and gives workshops at the New Haven Public Library. She is an encourager of writers and, in her writing, a strong advocate for children and for the dignity of all persons.

Trish is a Scientologist who uses the tools of Scientology in life and in her work.

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This essay ties two movements, Occupy and Transition, to one historical example of a similar effort, The Farm. In particular it outlines the dreams, the successes, and the failures of The Farm in

News & Society> Eco Innovations l 2 years ago

This article looks into the roots of the Occupy Movement and the Transition Movement in the communities of the 1970s, in particular The Farm, a village of spiritual hippies. If our mainstream

News & Society> Eco Innovations l 2 years ago

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