Many thanks to Whale Road Review and Katie Manning for publishing this very personal poem.
I know we are all feeling anxious and uncertain. Unknowns are hard to deal with. In spite of this many people are still making art; some of it related to the Coronavirus.
I am still going to teach The Words to Say It: Writing & Reading about Illness, Trauma and Healing workshop through The Writers Workshoppe in Port Townsend but it will be done virtually through Zoom. There are still spaces available.
Stay safe, stay home, find your own creative expressions and enjoy some down time.
Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April 19th, 2020
9 am – 1 pm ( each day )
Workshops are free.
- I’ll be teaching 3-4 writing workshops over the coming year in both San Francisco and Oakland for parents of kids (young children, teens, or young adults) living with a chronic illness. These 4 hour workshops are sponsored by The Chronic Illness Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.
- For information about locations, please contact me @ email@example.com and I’ll be happy to correspond with you. Or contact the CIC directly.
- For information about the format of the workshop, go here.
Thank you, Suzanne
I plan to teach a 3rd session of my class The Words to Say It: Writing and Reading Poems about Illness, Trauma & Healing at Hugo House starting April 17, 2019.
I’ve taught this 6 week workshop before but thought I’d share one of the many approaches I use to start writing for those of you who may be interested in the class but wonder how it goes.
If you think this class interests you, you can register here.