Synkroniciti is excited to welcome the literary journal debut of Scottish writer Pan Piper with “Heart-land and hearth-land,” a marvelous and sooty personal essay interlaced with poetry. How does one move on and find the Self after the termination of a defining and controlling relationship of many years? The choice to grow may take us out of relationship with other people, even those we love. Pan’s imagery and her ability to connect and describe her inner world in external terms are spell-binding.
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Pan Piper is a freelance hermit on the uttermost edge of post-industrial Scotland.
In the 1960s she achieved Double Commended for an essay ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’, and a Distinction in Grade 3 Trumpet.
Her mantra is ‘just like this ‘ and one of her favourite words is ‘dwell. ‘ She has shape-shifted to Echidna, and is training to be a dakini when she grows up.