My poem is out today in Gyroscope Review’s Crone Power issue. Fee free to download a PDF version or get it through Kindle or other places in print. It’s the final poem in this issue. I hope you’ll read other’s work too.
I’ll be teaching 2 sections of this 6 week course at Hugo House starting September 14th and September 15th. All of it on Zoom.
Registration is open.
I am honored to have a poem recently published in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). This poem took 6 years to arrive in its current form. It is inspired by my sister-in-law who died in 2014 of breast cancer. She’d beaten it once and had 7 years of remission before it came raging back. She was always optimistic, even days before her final breath.
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.