Peggy Tabor Millin grew up in a small desert town on the Colorado River in the southeastern corner of California. From this tiny puddle she jumped into the large teeming lake that was UC-Berkeley in the early sixties. A trip to Europe and the Middle East awakened her curiosity about other cultures and religious traditions which have informed and enriched the rest of her life. For the past thirty-five years she has lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains, passing through the stages of womanhood: wife, mother, stepmother, and now grandmother. She found her calling when she began leading writing circles for women, eventually developing Centered Writing Practice, a process through which women awaken their voice so they can tell their truth and stand in their power and affect change in their world. Her first book, Mary's Way, tells of her life-altering experience while on a pilgrimage to Medjugorje, the site of Marian apparitions. This was followed by Women, Writing, and Soul-Making: Creativity and the Sacred Feminine and the audio memoir workshop Family Matters. Just released in 2015 Writing in Circles is an anthology of writings from women in Millin's groups. Writing in Circles acts as a companion to Women, Writing, and Soul-Making, illustrating the product resulting from Centered Writing Practice.
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