Each unique story is like you are meeting someone new yet so familiar as you are given a view of their world and how they see things. Wangu’s use of prose to place you right in the middle of each place and time offers every reader the opportunity to take yourself out of your reality and feel that you can taste the foods, smell the scents, envision the landscape. Yet, you still get the opportunity after each chapter to reflect on your own life and what the meaning of the story offers to you and how you can learn from it.
Madhu B. Wangu is an award-winning author and the founder of Mindful Writers Groups and Retreats. She has a doctorate in the phenomenology of Religion from the University of Pittsburgh (1988) and a post-doctoral Fellowship from Harvard University (1989-1991). For fifteen years she taught Hindu and Buddhist art history at the University of Pittsburgh, Rhode Island College and Wheaton College. She joined Pennwriters Organization in 2005 and served as a Board member from 2007-10012. In 2020 she won Pennwriters Meritorious Award for being “a valuable asset to the writing and publishing world.” Dr. Wangu also serves as a board member for Books Bridge Hope, the non-profit organization with a mission to promote reading, writing and literacy to community members residing in shelters and on the streets of Pittsburgh.
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