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Irish Poet Anne O'Reilly on Creativity and Purpose

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NOTE: The audio of this interview has an echo. An edited version with all of Anne's comments is available here on Vimeo. We'll explore the creativity of poetry and the poetry of creativity with Irish poet Anne F. O'Reilly. Plus, find out more about the Celtic imagination, Celtic spirituality, and how to explore one's creative purpose through poetry. O'Reilly is a performance poet, celebrating the healing and transforming power of poetry. She is the author of Sacred Play: Soul Journeys in Contemporary Irish Theatre and Singing from the Belly of the Whale. Her CD, "Breathsong," was released earlier this year. Find out more about Anne, her poetry and her work online. Anne is leading sessions at the Advancing Creative Thinking: Imagination to Innovation Conference in Ridgefield, Connecticut, on April 28, 2012.

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