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Join Host Elizabeth Anglin and Guest Corrine De Winter as they talk about the Journey of the Sensitive Soul, the subject of Corrine's latest book "The Sensitive Soul's Guide to Waking Up: An Interactive Journaling Into Your Life's Purpose."
Corrine De Winter is a Bram Stoker Award winning Poet and author who has won numerous awards for her writing from the New York Quarterly, Triton College of Arts & Sciences, & The Rhysling Science Fiction Award.
Corrine writes poetry that bridges the worlds between the known, the unknown, the intimate, and the mysteriously removed. Her poem "The Right Place" describes an intimate relationship in words analogous to the uncertainty and danger of a paranormal event:
You question if you’re in the right place- next to me.
I tell you you’re like a ghost,
half in and half out of my world,
like that UFO incident
where men were fused to the side of a boat- half their bodies
buried in some unknown space of the structure.
I remember an interview with a witness-
he said there was nothing he could do,
so he brought one of the guys a pack of cigarettes
She won the Bram Stoker Award in 2005 for her collection “The Women At The Funeral.” Five of her collections have been Stoker Nominated. A Naturalist, Philanthropist, Paranormal expert, Artist, and the founder of “Small World Fund For Children ,” De Winter lives between this world and the next.
You can find out more about Corrine at http://corrinedewinter.com/
and partake of her excellent purple plates at: http://www.purpleplates.com
Host Elizabeth Anglin can be found at http://www.elizabethanglin.com