Sallie Tisdale

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Sallie Tisdale is the author of several books, including The Best Thing I Ever Tasted and Talk Dirty to Me. She is a consulting editor at Tricycle. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including Harper's, the New Yorker, New Republic, Allure, Outside, Vogue, Tin House, Antioch Review, and Creative Nonfiction. Tisdale is currently training as a priest at Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland, Oregon.

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Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them)

A Practical Perspective on Death and Dying
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Sallie Tisdale offers a lyrical, thought-provoking, practical perspective on death and dying in Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them).

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Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them)

A Practical Perspective on Death and Dying
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A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK CRITICS TOP 10 BOOK OF THE YEAR

In its loving, fierce specificity, this book on how to die is also a blessedly saccharine-free guide for how to live (The New York Times Book Review).

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Best Thing I Ever Tasted

The Secret of Food
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Eating is the most common way to celebrate in our culture, the most visible way to indulge ourselves. And yet few things have such power over our livesit controls us as consumers, as social animals, as guilty creatures of appetite.

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Talk Dirty to Me

An Intimate Philosophy of Sex
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We live in a world in which almost every public imageevery interactioncarries an element of sexual desire. And yet it is nearly impossible for us to talk openly and honestly about sex.

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Violation

Collected Essays
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GROUNDBREAKING. A career-defining book. -The New Yorker
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Women Of The Way

Discovering 2,500 Years of Buddhist Wisdom
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It is tradition in Zen monasteries to chant a lineage of male teachers from the Buddha’s time to the present day. As Buddhism took root in the West, increasing numbers of American Buddhists began to ask: “What about the women?”

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