Cary Tennis is a well-known writer and advice columnist.
In 1999, San Francisco’s pioneering online magazine Salon.com hired him and in 2001 he succeeded author Garrison Keillor as Salon’s advice columnist. He wrote that column five days a week for 12 years and had millions of readers. The column now appears on carytennis.com.
In 2007 he became an Amherst Writers and Artists workshop leader. His worldwide base of fans led him and his wife Norma to organize retreats, first in Northern California and then in France, the Netherlands and Tuscany.
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