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Reimagining Your Neighborhood
Transforming car-centric housing developments
into vibrant, verdant, sustainable communities

Bolton Anthony, Editor

From simple steps — such as creating a listserv, forming a neighborhood watch, or starting a CSA — to ambitious undertakings — such as creating a common house, an Eldercare Home, and a community energy system — the book’s 22 contributors offer a creative, incremental approach that can reinvent the existing suburban landscape, one neighborhood at a time.

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BLACK & WHITE VERSION
$15  192 pp.

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$35  192 pp.

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Aging in Community

Janice Blanchard, Editor

In this first-of-its-kind anthology, nationally recognized writer, speaker, and consultant on aging issues, Janice Blanchard, has assembled a collection of thought-provoking essays by visionary architects and planners, academics and social scientists, social entrepreneurs and elder pioneers who are helping forge an exciting new paradigm — “aging in community.”

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BLACK & WHITE VERSION
$20  262 pp.

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Second Journeys
The Dance of Spirit in Later Life

Bolton Anthony, Editor
Ron Pevny, Ellen Ryan, and Randy Morris, Contributing Editors

The essays, and the many poems scattered throughout this anthology — the contributions of 44 writers and poets — explore the "dance of spirit in later life." New essays, tributes to elders whose lives have been emblematic, and “invitations to practice” accompany earlier essays from Second Journey's 2011 exploration of The Spirituality of Later Life. Dip into this rich collection at any point and you will find yourself drawn to linger and reflect.

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BLACK & WHITE VERSION
$20  268 pp.

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FULL COLOR VERSION
$45  306 pp.

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Travel and Transformation

Penelope Bourk, Editor

The essays, poems, and visual art in this volume are the work of 24 “later-life” travelers and offer intimate witness to their transformative journeys as they encounter other lands, other cultures, other times or find ways to see with fresh eyes the rich tapestry of the world that lies near at hand.

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BLACK & WHITE VERSION
$20  218 pp.

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FULL COLOR VERSION
$35  218 pp.

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In his brief, poetic books, Second Journey’s philosopher in residence John Sullivan invites us to welcome the gifts of later life. John's many contributions to the Second Journey online publication, Itineraries, may be accessed at SecondJourney.org/JohnsCorner.htm.

Integral Living
FULL COLOR
$15  100 pp.

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The Spiral
of the Seasons
$15 112 pp.

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The Fourfold Path
to Wholeness
$15 130 pp.

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The Spirituality of Later Life

Please use the mail-in order form to order these reprints
($10 each) from the 2011 series in Itineraries.

Writing as a Spiritual Practice

Edited by Ellen Ryan

108 pp.

 The Inner Work of Eldering

Edited by Ron Pevny

98 pp.

 Serving from Spirit

Edited by Claudia Moore

98 pp.

 Rites of Passage into Elderhood

Edited by Randy Morris

118 pp.

 

 

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