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The instant #1 NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller
Named a Hot Fall Read by USA Today, Vanity Fair, Newsday, O Magazine, the Seattle Times, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Mashable, Pop Sugar, and theSan Antonio Express-News
Named a Best Book of the Year by Brainpickings and Book Riot
"A must read for anyone hoping to live a creative life... I dare you not to be inspired to be brave, to be free, and to be curious." -PopSugar
From the worldwide bestselling author of Eat Pray Love: the path to the vibrant, fulfilling life you've dreamed of.
Readers of all ages and walks of life have drawn inspiration and empowerment from Elizabeth Gilbert's books for years. Now this beloved author digs deep into her own generative process to share her wisdom and unique perspective about creativity. With profound empathy and radiant generosity, she offers potent insights into the mysterious nature of inspiration. She asks us to embrace our curiosity and let go of needless suffering. She shows us how to tackle what we most love, and how to face down what we most fear. She discusses the attitudes, approaches, and habits we need in order to live our most creative lives. Balancing between soulful spirituality and cheerful pragmatism, Gilbert encourages us to uncover the "strange jewels" that are hidden within each of us. Whether we are looking to write a book, make art, find new ways to address challenges in our work, embark on a dream long deferred, or simply infuse our everyday lives with more mindfulness and passion, Big Magic cracks open a world of wonder and joy.


Gilbert, Elizabeth

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Elizabeth Gilbert is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eat Pray Love and several other internationally bestselling books of fiction and nonfiction. Gilbert began her career writing for Harper's Bazaar, Spin, The New York Times Magazine and GQ, and was a three-time finalist for the National Magazine Award. Her story collection Pilgrims was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway award; The Last American Man was a finalist for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. The follow-up memoir Committed became an instant #1 New York Times bestseller. Her latest novel, The Signature of All Things, was named a Best Book of 2013 by The New York Times, O Magazine, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, and The New Yorker. Gilbert's short fiction has appeared in Esquire, Story, One Story, and the Paris Review.
Praise for Big Magic: 

The instant #1 Globe and Mail & New York Times Bestseller

Big Magic is a celebration of a creative life Gilbert s love of creativity is infectious, and there s a lot of great advice in this sunny book Gilbert doesn t just call for aspiring artists to speak their truth, however daffy that may appear to others; she is showing them how.   Washington Post

"In [Gilbert s] first foray into full-on self-help [she] shares intimate glimpses into the life of a world-famous creative, complete with bouts of paralyzing fear and frustration, in an attempt to coax the rest of us into walking through the world just a little bit braver.   Elle

The Eat, Pray, Love author demystifies the tricky business of creativity. We re all ears.   Cosmopolitan

Elizabeth Gilbert is my new spirit animal I have profoundly changed my approach to creating since I read this book."  Huffington Post

Gilbert leads readers through breaking out of their own creative ruts, finding fulfillment, and facing fear while finding balance between our spiritual and pragmatic beings in her forth coming book. Yes, please.   Bustle

Big Magic will resonate with writers and artists who find the process of producing work to be particularly painful Through anecdotes about her creative failures and resourcefulness, as well as those other artists, Gilbert encourages readers to pursue a creative life that is driven more strongly by curiosity than by fear."  Daily Beast

"Gilbert demystifies the creative process, examining the practices of great artists to shed light on finding inspiration in the every day.   Harper s Bazaar
Part inspiration, part how-to, it offers up both a philosophy of creativity and advice for living a more creatively fulfilling life. Fast Company

Big Magic tackles the challenges of living the creative life Reading it is a little like having a coach by your side, cheering on your efforts whatever they are candidly and selflessly. Christian Science Monitor

Gilbert [writes] with sincerity and humility about the joy that creativity has given her... If you enjoyed Eat Pray Love, if you are drawn to self-help or inspirational books, or if you just like to bask in another person s positive glow, you ll love Big Magic. Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Big Magic wants to help its readers live creatively [Gilbert believes] creativity is inside all of us, it should be expressed, and it is not selfish or crazy or foolish to do so it is in fact the best way to live a satisfying life...[Big Magic] constitutes good advice [in a voice that s] charming, personable, self-aware, jokey, conversational .[and] that Gilbert does so well.   New York Times Book Review

A lucid and luminous inquiry into the relationship between human beings and the mysteries of the creative experience What makes her book so immensely helpful is precisely its lived and living nature wholly electrifying.   Brainpickings
"Gilbert tackles heavy, sensitive subject matter but keeps it light, making what's essentially a self-help book feel like a good talk with a friend rather than a sermon." Associated Press
Transformative.   Flavorwire

Gilbert s trademark warmth and enthusiasm abounds...wise...[and] pointed."  Boston Globe

Part pat-on-the-back, part slap-in-the-face, [Big Magic is] a permission slip for readers to stop making excuses and get to work a fresh and modern surprise that fans of her work will relish."  Wichita Eagle

Funny. Insightful. Honest. Irreverent...But, of course, most of us have read Gilbert before and these qualities find their way into all of her works. The particular form of magic in Big Magic comes in a very unusual wrapping: hope and love...Big Magic read[s] like a devotional. Like a love letter to the earnest artist inside most of our hearts.   Books and Whatnot

Distinctly refreshing."  TED Ideas Blog

Big Magic will leave you feeling inspired to be curious, brave, free, and, most of all, creative. -Lauren Conrad

"Full of chatty advice, pep talks, amusing and inspiring stories...Gilbert s idea of living creatively may incorporate touches of magic, but she s practical in the extreme. Miami Herald

In her signature conversational style, both sassy and serious, Gilbert invokes high- and low-brow cultural references and recommends we channel our inner trickster [Her] manifesto is a book to read through quickly, and then start again to discover any big magic you may have missed. KMUW

"Big Magic ripples with Gilbert s enthusiasm, choice metaphor, and humor." -LitHub

Gilbert will completely change the way you think about the creative process. Indienext

The writing here is so friendly and funny that Gilbert s perspective on creative living goes down like lemonade in summer."  BookPage

From the deeply self-aware, poetically gifted author of Eat, Pray, Love comes... the best nonfiction book I ve read in years. For anyone who's ever struggled with feeling worthy to express themselves through art, or been discouraged by the absence of inspiration, I'm not being hyperbolic when I say this book might just change your life.   Mind Body Green

Inspirational  Big Magic provides a guidebook for anyone wanting to live a more creative life. You don t have to be an artist to get value out of this book; it is for anyone who wants to live with more joy, love, happiness, and abundance in their world. YAHOO! SHOPPING

Gilbert, author of the wildly successful memoir Eat, Pray, Love and a successful novelist ( The Signature of All Things ) offers her prescriptions for unlocking the creativity within.   Seattle Times

Whatever your artistic pursuit, you ll nod in agreement as Elizabeth Gilbert reflects on the elusive, frustrating and sometimes comically strange process of creativity. Thoughtful and funny, Gilbert makes an excellent case for doing whatever it takes to unlock your inner artist and find more joy in life. Woman's Day

What Gilbert s offering her fans [is] permission to be creative [She] is interested in the importance of creativity for the individual s soul When you hear the people who want to create, and the gratitude they feel toward [her], you can t help feeling that she s healed them that she has, in fact, become the kind of guru she once sought.   The New Yorker, on the "Magic Lessons" podcast series
The latest from Gilbert is all about you that s 268 pages of practical advice for tapping into your own creativity... Consider her your own personal life coach. Marie Claire
"A must read for anyone hoping to live a creative life... I dare you not to be inspired to be brave, to be free, and to be curious.   PopSugar

Elizabeth Gilbert is an exceptionally gifted author and this book is remarkable . It is so densely packed with pearls of wisdom that I read it once for pleasure, and then again to unpack and outline the text just like I used to do in college A must-read for anyone on the creative spectrum, from those who don t think there is a creative bone in their body to those who make a living from their artistic expression. Yakima Herald

Reading Big Magic is the next best thing to hiring Elizabeth Gilbert [as your] coach. PARNASSUS BOOKS

A joyful ride through the enigmatic jungle of creative existence [Big Magic] is not just about the production of artistic works but about building a life that nurtures the creative being in all of us. CREATIV Magazine

"Big Magic [is ] fearless of voice and heart-opening in authenticity; in short, a book worthy of its name."  Literary Inklings

A conversational, intimate glimpse into Gilbert s process and philosophy, as personable as a confab over coffee essential reading for anyone who wants to live a larger life, filled with more ideas, more projects, and more fulfillment Big Magic is powerful stuff. Barnes & Noble Blog

A book-length meditation on inspiration. Newsday

Whether you long to write the great American novel or you just want to be more present and mindful in your daily life, you can find plenty of inspiration in this self-help tome the can-do, optimistic tone makes for an uplifting read. All You Magazine

"[Gilbert will] make you feel giddy about creation." Medium

"Gilbert mines her writer's career to provide unique, inspiring and constructive insights on how to navigate the wild ride that is the creative life... Her charming nuggets are wise, comforting and ultimately encouraging."

Gilbert offers helpful suggestions for outwitting writer s block and perfectionism...and lets a tart sense of humor emerge." -Columbus Dispatch

Anyone living with some manifestation of writer s block (or any other artistic variant of such affliction) will find [Gilbert's] sage advice is effectively a worthwhile kick in the butt Without the smallest hint of narcissism, the mega-bestselling author shares the pinnacles and pitfalls of failure and success and how to wrangle the criticism, inside and out. Steamboat Pilot & Today

Gilbert sweetly yet powerfully nudges readers to release fear, summon courage and allow the strange jewels hidden within each of us to emerge and shine. The end result is the big magic Engaging storytelling mixed with personal anecdotes and astute insights make Big Magic a rewarding, motivating and delightful read. Sucess Magazine

There's nothing hippie-dippy about Gilbert's raw, honest, and downright hilarious observations of her own creative plight...This isn't a How-To guide for creative living; this is the story of how one woman simply figured things out for herself, and learned how to live in harmony with her own creative soul. All can find a kind of solemn peace and reassurance in her words.  -Everyday eBook

A transformative nonfiction treatise on creativity Filled with her signature humor, big-heartedness, wild vulnerability and wisdom, Gilbert delivers a vibrant and inspirational book. -About Town Magazine

"A booster that will help you out of any rut. -Kansas City Star

"The author of Eat Pray Love, who has already changed so many lives, now looks to change thinking on creativity." -The New York Daily News

Worth a read for any artist struggling for some peace and quiet in a head bursting with creativity."
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"Some might call Elizabeth Gilbert by the name Queen Midas Everything she touches seems to turn to gold. A rare gift, this book acknowledges difficulty, but empowers its readers to transcend it in the name of the beautiful mysteries of existence. WNC Woman Magazine

A magnificent guide to how to be creative [and] a heartfelt gem I simultaneously wanted to quickly turn the page to see what was next while savoring the advice on each page Gilbert is determined to guide you into the light. Go with her.   Jersey Journal

"Irresistible If creativity is something you value highly both in others and as fundamental to your own existence you should find much to love in Big Magic, whether or not you typically gravitate toward creativity guides. Chapter 16

"A non-fiction tour-de force...pragmatic, rational, and wholly convincing." Reader's Digest UK

A treasure map to unleash your most creative and expressive life. Marie TV

Big Magic seeks to both inspire you and strip you of any excuse to not pursue your creative interests [it s] passionate, down-to-earth and bursting with Gilbert s obvious love for the subject matter and her readers a delight to read. Pop Mythology 

An empathetic and inspiring guide to mustering the courage to live a creative life. Nearly anyone who picks up this self-help manual should finish it feeling inspired, even if only to dream of a life without limits.   Publisher's Weekly (starred review) 

"Gilbert serves as an enthusiastic coach for readers who want more out of life. Highly recommended." Library Journal (starred review)

Gilbert s wise and motivating book of encouragement and advice will induce readers not only to follow specific artistic dreams but also to live life more creatively, fully, and contentedly.  Booklist 

"The sincerity, grace, and flashes of humor that characterize [Gilbert s] writing and insights should appeal to a wider audience warmly inspirational. Kirkus
International edition
Once upon a time, there was a man named Jack Gilbert, who was not related to me unfortunately for me.
Jack Gilbert was a great poet, but if you ve never heard of him, don t worry about it. It s not your fault. He never much cared about being known. But I knew about him, and I loved him dearly from a respectful distance, so let me tell you about him.
Jack Gilbert was born in Pittsburgh in 1925 and grew up in the midst of that city s smoke, noise, and industry. He worked in factories and steel mills as a young man, but was called from an early age to write poetry. He answered the call without hesitation. He became a poet the way other men become monks: as a devotional practice, as an act of love, and as a lifelong commitment to the search for grace and transcendence. I think this is probably a very good way to become a poet. Or to become anything, really, that calls to your heart and brings you to life.
Jack could ve been famous, but he wasn t into it. He had the talent and the charisma for fame, but he never had the interest. His first collection, published in 1962, won the prestigious Yale Younger Poets prize and was nominated for the Pulitzer. What s more, he won over audiences as well as critics, which is not an easy feat for a poet in the modern world. There was something about him that drew people in and kept them captivated. He was handsome, passionate, sexy, brilliant on stage. He was a magnet for women and an idol for men. He was photographed for Vogue, looking gorgeous and romantic. People were crazy about him. He could ve been a rock star.
Instead, he disappeared. He didn t want to be distractedby too much commotion. Later in life he reported that he had found his fame boring not because it was immoral or corrupting, but simply because it was exactly the same thing every day. He was looking for something richer, more textured, more varied. So he dropped out. He went to live in Europe and stayed there for twenty years. He lived for a while in Italy, a while in Denmark, but mostly he lived in a shepherd s hut on a mountaintop in Greece. There, he contemplated the eternal mysteries, watched the light change, and wrote his poems in private. He had his love stories, his obstacles, his victories. He was happy. He got by somehow, making a living here and there. He needed little. He allowed his name to be forgotten.
After two decades, Jack Gilbert resurfaced and publishedanother collection of poems. Again, the literary world fellin love with him. Again, he could have been famous. Again,he disappeared this time for a decade. This would be hispattern always: isolation, followed by the publication ofsomething sublime, followed by more isolation. He was likea rare orchid, with blooms separated by many years. Henever promoted himself in the least. (In one of the few interviewshe ever gave, Gilbert was asked how he thoughthis detachment from the publishing world had affected hiscareer. He laughed and said, I suppose it s been fatal. )
The only reason I ever heard of Jack Gilbert was that, quite late in his life, he returned to America and for motives I will never know took a temporary teaching position in the creative writing department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The following year, 2005, it happened that I took exactly the same job. (Around campus,they started jokingly calling the position the Gilbert Chair. ) I found Jack Gilbert s books in my office the office that had once been his. It was almost like the room was still warm from his presence. I read his poems and was overcome by their grandeur, and by how much his writing reminded me of Whitman. ( We must risk delight, he wrote. We must have the stubbornness to accept our gladness in the ruthless furnace of this world. )
He and I had the same surname, we&r
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Fecha de aparición:
20 de septiembre de 2016
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0.174 x 0.106 x 0.025 m; 0.148 kg
10,74 €
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