Item description for Mourning Sickness: The Art of Grieving by Keith Smith...
This revised and expanded edition of his self published and widely acclaimed book chronicles the gestation period of his grief and also describes the birth of a larger life, a wider love and the reopening of his heart. Psychotherapists, clergy and lay people who minister to the bereaved, as well as those who grieve the loss of a loved one, will benefit greatly from Keith's poems, paintings and dreams written in the midst of tremendous pain.
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Studio: Catholic Book Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.66" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Resurrection Press
ISBN 1878718851 ISBN13 9781878718853
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 12:31.
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More About Keith Smith
Keith Smith was born and raised in Tuba City, Arizona, where he continues to live today with his wife and two children. His clans are Honeycomb People (Ts?n?j?kin?) born for the Salt Clan (Ashiihi). In 1994, Keith received his bachelor's degree in Fine Arts with emphasis on painting from Northern Arizona University. For the past ten years, he has been a professional artist and has attended art shows throughout the Southwest. He was chosen as the Gallup Inter-tribal Ceremonial Pow-Wow poster artist in 2001. He was also chosen as the Southwestern Association of Indian Arts fellow in 2002 and was featured in Southwest Art magazine. Proud to Be a Blacksheep is the second book Keith has illustrated for Salina Bookshelf, Inc. He is also the illustrator for Little Prankster Girl, published in 2003.
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Thoroughly enjoyed. Mar 10, 2004
Keith Smith skillfully weaves his storytelling, poetry and art talents together on a journey that serves as a beautiful tribute. A testimony to Love coupled with his acute desire for understanding of life, loss, individual spirituality and rebirth. Well written, insightful and eloquent. Highly recommended.