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"Coming Home" Discussion with Kay Tobler Liss
"Coming Home" Discussion with Kay Tobler Liss

Sat, May 18

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Maine Jung Center

"Coming Home" Discussion with Kay Tobler Liss

Join author Kay Tobler Liss for a free discussion of her recently published novel "Coming Home" in which a journey into the heart and soul of nature helps four generations of a family discover long-hidden secrets about themselves, helping them to heal individually and as a family.

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Time & Location

May 18, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Maine Jung Center, 183 Park Row, Brunswick, ME 04011, USA

About the event

How can the natural world guide us into a deeper understanding of ourselves? What are the special places in nature that hold memories and even hidden secrets that we may need to uncover? Can these revelations help us to connect with others, too? Kay Tobler Liss’ recently published second novel, Coming Home, takes us on a journey into the heart and soul of nature – a meadow, a river, a pine grove, an alpine valley – where four generations of a family discover long-hidden secrets about themselves and then share them, helping them to heal individually and as a family. Jung very much believed in the power of nature to reveal, teach, and heal and to connect us with archetypal truths that bind us to each other and to the larger world.

Kay Tobler Liss has long been interested in mythology and Jungian ideas. Before embarking on a career as a novelist, she was a writer for newspapers and magazines in New York. Kay has a BA from Bard College and a certificate in Environmental Studies in a year-long program at Southampton College. She has also taught Literature and Ecology to young adults and adults. Kay is on the board of the Maine Jung Center. She presented a program on her first novel, The Last Resort, at the Center three years ago. 

The book will be available for purchase at the Center and is also available at Sherman’s bookstores, at Gulf of Maine bookstore and online at various outlets.

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