Gilber Ralston was my writing instructor while attending Tahoe College and later Sierra Nevada College. Later, he would tutor us at his home in Genoa, Nevada. He was a "no-nonsense" person when it came to writing. He used to tell me to avoid group therapy as I was a psychology student, at the time. "Instead," he said, "throw it into your writing, not onto the carpet".

He was a kindly man. I would visit him throughout the years. He was forever reinventing himself, becoming a "body worker", helping people to become more healthy, reversing his advice to me about writing. I think body and soul became more important later, than the craft of writing.

Pamela Noel, author of Same Ol' Moon (thanks to Gilbert) The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

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