I’m glad to have a poem selected for the Tuesday poem at The Seattle Review of Books. Each week, on Tuesday, come and read a new poem. And check out their book reviews too!
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I am so honored and excited to share some of the reasons for, and structures of my Writing as a Righting Journey workshop on both the national and international levels.
In September, I will travel to Spain for the 5th International Health Humanities conference to present an hour workshop with Q & A to other medical professionals, caretakers, and citizen activists in healthcare.
Also, Josephine Ensign, University of Washington Nursing professor and I will co-present our work on Evaluating Creative Modalities Use with Marginalized Populations at the same venue.
In November, I will present a short paper on my writing workshop at The Mayo Clinic’s Humanities in Medicine Symposium in Phoenix.
If you know anyone in Europe or the US that you think should attend one of these, please let them know.
I’ll report back soon!
Saturday, October 1, 2016
The Richard Hugo House
1 pm- 5 pm
Come read and write poems of renewal, birth, loss and change. We will read poems by Dana Levin, Ross Gay, Mary Jo Bang, Kevin Young and others. We will also use these works as starting points for our own poems.
A love of words and writing is the prerequisite.
Early bird registration expires August 29th. See the link under the title for more information.
Hope to see you there.