Writing as Healing Let's Get Lit Podcast

Author Ann Hood describes the healthy regimen that works for her: Two hours of writing, two hours of reading, two hours of knitting.

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Photo courtesy of Ann Hood.
Photo courtesy of Ann Hood.
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Ann Hood, author of ten novels including The Knitting Circle, The Obituary Writer, and most recently, An Italian Wife, talks to host Ilene Prusher about writing as healing, and describes the healthy regimen that works for her: Two hours of writing, two hours of reading, two hours of knitting.

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