Healing Lily: a novel of hope

How do you go on your first date after losing your husband on 9/11? It’s been three years and yet Lilly struggles with hope and courage to meet the right kind of man who can help her find herself as a woman again. Kind of tall and kind of shy, Daniel is from another world in Lilly’s Boston, a Beacon Hill psychoanalyst with issues of his own. A first rate character novel about grief, love, hope

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About D. Stephenson Bond

D. Stephenson Bond is a practicing psychoanalyst who has lectured widely on the topics of myth and creativity. He graduated with an M.Div. from Vanderbilt in 1981 and from the C. G. Jung Institute, Boston, in 1997, where he teaches. A native West Virginian, he is the author of four books, including Living Myth: Personal Meaning As a Way of Life (Shambhala, 2001) and The Archetype of Renewal (Inner City, 2003). Fiction is his lifelong passion, with short stories including "The Mountain Song" appearing in The Mountain Review and "An Evening at the Symphony" in Scribner. Healing Lily is his debut novel.


Honoring the 9/11 Widows--Author Interview
Author and Jungian analyst D. Stephenson Bond interviewed by journalist Ed Medina about his 2010 novel Healing Lily. Part 10, conclusion. Ed asks Steve what he wants the reader to get from the novel Healing Lily and the author comments on the 9/11 widows and the secret sauce of entering the world of a psychoanalyst.

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