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Patricia Lapidus (triciajean)

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The Farm That Tried to Feed the World was written to support and cheer those who are working to turn Earth back toward green viability for furture generations. Lapidus' latest work of non-fiction begins with life in community and then explores in concentric circles why community sharing is necessary to keeping our planet green, going into deep history to show that community is not a dream but a memory.

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, the second edition of which is available from amazon.com. 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 family. Swamp Walking Woman, a modern mythic fairy tale, Red Hen's Daughters, a book of poems about farming and life, and Gideon's River, a novel, are 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.

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