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CFS Phoenix October 2006 newsletter

Thursday December 14, 2006

Encounters with the InvisibleAmerican CFS sufferer Cort Johnson, on his website CFS Phoenix, has produced a Special Edition of Phoenix Rising. It features an interview with fellow CFS sufferer, Dorothy Wall, who has recently published a book entitled Encounters with the Invisible.

Cort introduces the Special Edition:

Welcome to a Special Edition of Phoenix Rising. In this edition we have an extensive interview with Dorothy Wall, the author of the new CFS book, Encounters with the Invisible.

Dorothy was struck down with CFS in the 1980’s when she was a creative writing instructor. In this book as she charts her course with CFS she explores the personal and societal implications of CFS.

It’s a wonderful, poignant book – the best I’ve read on CFS. I hope you enjoy the interview and will read the book!

The interview can be downloaded as either a PDF or Word document:


Phoenix Rising, Vol. II, No. 3, Nov. 2006: Special Edition – The Dorothy Wall Interview (PDF, 281KB)


Phoenix Rising, Vol. II, No. 3, Nov. 2006: Special Edition – The Dorothy Wall Interview (Word, 150KB)

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