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San Francisco, CA
Hometown: San Francisco

Member since:

October 4, 2011

What guided you toward Jungian ideas and the ineffabble?

Given my interest in the connections betweeen myth, literature, and psychology, this sort of made sense as the next place to go.

Have you explored your personal myth ?

To the point where I'm just about sick of it. I write about my various adventures, reflections, and the quests I am continually undergoing on a humble blog I keep about my life in New York City.

Will you read the assigned reading(s) for the respective Meetup?

Of course.


I'm a graduate student in English literature, a reading teacher in an after school program, and a writer.

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