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Wonderful piece on MC! Deepest sympathy to you dear Florence! xo-Rebecca
WE LOVED YOUR LETTER AND WE LOVE YOU - AND THE PICTURE OF ALICE AND THE GILRS IS FABULOUS1 OLY GOOD, HAPPY, & HEALTHY THINGS IN 2013
LINDA & PETER
Florence, I admire your blog - and the clarity of your new year's letter. I'll hold both in mind while composing my own. Thanks as ever for support, inspiration and friendship. Warmly, Tobe
Florence- I loved your book which I purchased the day it was published and just discovered your blog. Depression hits when the light disappears. It is the scourge of northern latitudes perhaps.
You need two checkmarks! I know I do. Or a Majorcan writers workshop. I have such fond memories of you and the stories we all shared. Be well, Katharine
Hi Florence: you won't rememher me but I was in your freshman english class in '67 at Goucher. Great book! i really enjoyed reading it. you are such a role model.
Have you acquired the Eudora Welty/Wm Maxwell book "What There is to Say We Have Said"? I am reading an excerpt on our Kindle and probably will buy it. I have loved all of Welty's work; the comments about the New Yorker where she was published and sometimes not, reminded me of you. Hope all is well. Jane
Hi, Florence, I just read yr blog. Gosh, how do you do it--maintain a wonderfully readable blog, post those wonderful pix, and be the mensch you are? Thanks for giving us not only the books from the Press but now sharing your present adventures.
Shirley Geok-lin Lim
You never stop surprising and inspiring me. Who knew you had a website or that you were blogging?!
I am half way through "A Life in Motion" and am rapt, as ever, by you, your energy and your irrepressible life force. Your fierce intelligence, endless hard work and ingenuity, together with your generosity, frankness and humor, touch my heart. I am filled with respect and affection for you.
Bless you and thank you for sharing the life you are living.
Just a quick not to tell you I finished your memoir--in 2 nights--and it was wonderful. What a fascinating life you led. The book was beautifully written and a joy to read. I thank you so much. Linda B. Merman
I've just this morning finished reading your book--cover to cover. All I can say is WOW! I loved it and cannot even imagine all the work, energy and emotion that went into completing such a book. It is truly the story of a life in motion. In addition to a personal journal of a life, it is a history of amazing women. Linda Kane
Thanks for writing it. I savored a bit every night and was so glad it was long. You should be proud of the mountains you've climbed. -Ruta Sevo
Fragile, I thought, when I first met her. Emotionally fragile, wounded by her mother. How mistaken, now that I have reached all the way into her book, A Life in Motion
, and the chapter called "Fierce Florence."
The fire that has kept her alive and kicking, or rather, alive and snorkeling and writing, until 80, has been intense intellectual diligence and confidence even in adversity to forge ahead with work, work, work, the saving grace of a fertile mind combined with discipline.
Intentionally or not, she reveals herself as caring, driven, energetic, understandably by unjustifiably guilt-ridden, dutiful, strong, fragile--a survivor who created a legacy for women around the world.
A Life in Motion
is a fascinating story of a woman, a humble immigrant family, of feminism, of the history of the Feminist Press, of the childless woman who lifted the status of women, their thoughts and experiences as recorded on paper, now available for classrooms so that a patriarchy can discover that women are just as creative and valued as men. --Jane Morgan
Before another day goes by, I just want to let you know how much meaning your book has brought/is bringing to me. It simply resonates, bringing joy and tears in equal measure.
As to your mother--as unlikely as she seems there is a bit of a role model there. She maintained a level of "independence" from your father which seems more determined than necessity dictated. As much of a horribly hard time as she gave you, she was consistent and she stayed connected. One frivolous thought: was telling you you were ugly a way to ward off the evil eye?
You probably are deluged with everybody's thoughts but I want to join the chorus in letting you know what a sucess I believe A Life in Motion
Love, Joyce Whitby
I'm so moved by your book. I cried when your father died--right in the airport. Now I'm on the MLA and just mesmerized by the whole thing. You're such a good writer!
xoxo, Ellen Bass