Dream Groups with Maggy Anthony at the Riverside Artists Lofts

Dreams Groups: Accessing the Intuitive Life Within

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maggy Anthony, (775) 434-2077 Email:  grammadragon@gmail.com  “DREAM GROUPS: ACCESSING THE INTUITIVE LIFE WITHIN,” SIX-PART SERIES BY WELL-KNOWN FACILITATOR AND AUTHOR MAGGY ANTHONY TO BE HELD AT THE RIVERSIDE ARTISTS LOFTS SEPTEMBER 3-OCTOBER 9 IN RENO Six interactive sessions explore dreams as intuitive tools for understanding what is truly going on in …

WILD STREAK by Maggy Anthony Chapter 2 con’t

Her mother said that Jean’s first sentence was “I can do it by my lone.” My mother said my first sentence was ” My chuners have been in the ho’pital a long day”, an opening gambit for conversation with my parents’ friends. This was delivered to them with both my hands behind my back. If …

‘WILD STREAK” by Maggy Anthony Chapter Two

Jean Seberg committed suicide. She was forty. She had been trying to commit suicide for a long time, since the death of her infant daughter. She lay down on the back floor of her car, around the corner from her apartment in Paris. She took pills. She covered herself with a Mexican serape. I like …

MEMORY….

In one of my as yet unpublished and unperformed plays, one of the characters says, ” Memory is a better preservative than formaldehyde though memory consists, as we know, of both amnesia and images.”. With this in mind, I’ve decided to write here an autobiography of sorts… and warn that both amnesia and images will …

RETURN!!

Yes, I am back after a couple of months hiatus while making a huge change in my life involving moving into an entirely new place. The move was even more traumatic than I had originally thought, but I still believe it was a good move. Already I feel the energy from living in a six …

CHANGE

  As I get older, change gets harder. I am about to move into a six story artists’ residence and am thrilled, but also a bit scared at the vast change I will certainly experience. Same town, different neighborhood and experience. And I find the packing and sorting, gut wrenching as I am caught up …

THE PALACE OF MEMORY Part 5

    THE PALACE OF MEMORY   Part 5 She finally distinguishes words scattered among the squeaks and squawks.” Allo? Allo?” In French she says, “Madame it is I, a young woman come to meet the greatest ballerina of all time. To sit at your feet.” This reply seems to have absolutely stopped all the …

THE PALACE OF MEMORY Part 4

    THE PALACE OF MEMORY   PART 4   This evening, when the moon has risen, peeping out only occasionally through the dark clouds, and the last rays of the fugitive sun have faded , the apartment house will stand in partial eclipse. Partial, because from time to time during the night, one of …

THE PALACE OF MEMORY PART 3

    THE PALACE OF MEMORY PART 3   In his apartment, Professor Raines has gotten up  from a restless sleep, and is back at his desk, writing. Mountains of paper are stacked around him. On the shelves next to his desk, lie old manuscripts, yellow with age. Pages , curled slightly from frequent use, …