FMBC “When Women Were Birds” by Terry Tempest Williams

There are books that can be read, studied and discussed; and then there are books that need to be experienced. Join Cami, Katrina and Sara as they express their experience of Terry Tempest William’s masterpiece, “When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice” and experience for yourself the effects of her words on women today.

 

(Sara Bareilles “Eden”, Spiral Jetty , L’Origine du monde by Gustave Courbet, Terry Tempest Williams)

Read 4 comments

  1. As the host and editor, I am usually a real stickler for filling in long gaps of silence in my podcasts. I like for conversations to flow and be effective.

    With this podcast, I found the silences in between thoughts served as a mirror to the deep reflection Terry had when discovering her mother’s journals. I hope this podcast will serve as inspiration for listeners to read this beautiful masterpiece so that they can experience it’s beauty.

  2. This was such a great conversation to participate in and listen to again. Thank you, Cami and Katrina, for having me with you and for listening/sharing such tender things. Women telling their own stories really is a powerful thing.

Leave a Reply