Win An Autographed Copy of “Seasons of the Sacred Earth” and a Certificate Good for Any Woodslore Class at Twa Corbies Hollow

Published by Llewellyn Books, August 2013

Published by Llewellyn Books, August 2013

To enter: Write an essay on why living green is good for the soul. Minimum of 500 words. Submit it to Cliff Ser

untine as an email attachment. Please use .doc, docx., .odt or .rtf file formats.

Essays will be judged on a point scale based on: quality of writing, merit of theme, and how well the writer and others can apply the message of the essay.

The winner will receive an autographed copy of my newest book, Seasons of the Sacred Earth, and a certificate good for any Woodslore class offered by Twa Corbies Hollow between 2013 and 2014. (Transportation and lodging not included). And the winner’s essay will be featured on the author’s website.

See the author’s website for information on upcoming Woodslore classes. Woodslore classes cover homesteading skills such as permaculture, gardening, fencing and horse care; woodscraft skills such as tracking, wildlife observation and traditional archery; and wild spirit skills such as shamanic journeying. Classes vary from year to year and the same classes are not offered every year.

To enter, send your essay to twa.corbies.hollow@gmail.com

Be sure to include your name, contact information (email address is sufficient to submit an entry), and your essay in the form of an email attachment. The winner will be determined August 8, 2013–the date of book release in the USA.

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