Cycletherapy: Grief And Healing On Two Wheels by Elly BlueCycletherapy: Grief And Healing On Two Wheels by Elly Blue

Cycletherapy: Grief And Healing On Two Wheels

EditorElly Blue, Anika Ledlow

Paperback | May 20, 2016

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Can you pedal your way through everything life throws at you?Taking on the bicycle as a means of making sense of life and death, contributors write about their experiences on a bicycle, enjoying the little things about everyday life, dealing with the most difficult, and overcoming loss, trauma, and fear. Contributions range from the lyrical to the profane, the deeply personal to the keenly analytical. Includes essays, art, and a short story.
Elly Blue is an author and activist who lives in Portland, OR and writes about bicycle transportation. She is the author ofEveryday Bicycling: Ride a Bike for Transportation (Whatever Your Lifestyle) andBikenomics: How Bicycling Can Save the Economy Anika Ledlow studied sociology at Reed College and lives in Portland, Oregon Contribu...
Title:Cycletherapy: Grief And Healing On Two WheelsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.35 inPublished:May 20, 2016Publisher:Microcosm PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1621064905

ISBN - 13:9781621064909

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Praise for Cycletherapy:There's a strong connection between moving the body and soothing the heart, and these gorgeous essays-by turns touching, defiant, and inspiring-drive (or should I say ride) the point home. Whether you bike as a form of political resistance or as a means to cart your kids to school, you'll find something to connect to in this sweet, tough book." -Katie Haegele,Slip of the Tongue andWhite Elephants"They're short, personal pieces, and include interviews, fiction, a diary, and information about bike zines. It's one to dip into, and find something that touches you." -Pro Women's CyclingPraise for volumes in the previous series:"The authors do not attempt to speak for everyone, and they do not attempt to convince; they simply share their own experiences and thoughts-in a manner that is almost alarmingly unguarded in an era of self-conscious and self-defensive blog writing we are all growing increasingly used to." -Constance Winters, Lovely Bicycle "