Mythopoetics & Identity: Bridgette P. LaVictoire

“At Goddard, I’ve been allowed to explore what I enjoy and love doing.  I have ended up going into mythopoetics, which is the study of myths and their recreation and reinterpretation.”

— Bridgette P. LaVictoire

In Bridgette’s interview with fellow student Eric Dalke, she talks about voice, myth, poetics and identity, and her journey as being born female in a male body. Read the interview in the Goddard edition of The Magazine of Yoga, and please pass it on to others who would find it of interest.

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