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a unique guide to writing that draws on science and meditative wisdom

‘Moo of Writing’ by Nan Lundeen is inspirational and should be on every writer’s bookshelf. The advice contained in it definitely works – exercise, relax, free-write –and creativity flows. I love the meditations and writing exercises. - Sue Johnson – poet, novelist, playwright & UK Writing Magazine Tutor


Current scientific research spanning the pond from the University of London to the University of California supports the premise that relaxation, particularly day-dreaming, stimulates creativity.

About the Poet

Nan Lundeen’s Black Dirt Days: Poems as Memoir, and Moo of Writing [first edition]: How to Milk Your Potential were finalists in the 2016 National Indie Excellence Awards. Her poems have appeared in Yemassee, Illuminations, The Petigru Review, Connecticut River Review, and others. Her latest book of poetry is Gaia's Cry.

A retired award-winning journalist, she holds an MA in communications from Western Michigan University. She and her husband, freelance photographer Ron DeKett, live in southwestern Michigan among deer, wild turkey, hummingbirds, and wildflowers. She's a member of the Berrien UU Fellowship. Listen to her read from her book of poems, The Pantyhose Declarations, at www.nanlundeen.com.

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