Content Tagged ‘memoir’

“Naming the Nameless: A Writing Retreat for Marginalized Voices” 

“Naming the Nameless: A Writing Retreat for Marginalized Voices” 

A rare opportunity for beginning and experienced writers who love to write and create in community!  This tranquil 4-day 3-night …

Harvest: Poetry Writing Class (Oct. 2021 virtual)

Harvest

In this four-week poetry class October 6-27, we’ll read and write poems to ask ourselves, What is a successful harvest? 

Register for (each) Wednesday evening 5:00 to 6:30 …

Practicing Poetry: Writing in Spring

Practicing Poetry: Writing into Spring April 7 – June 23    5:00-6:30pm eastern

 Free

       . . . from this yard I have been composing a great speech, that I …

“Writing Creativity.” Fall 2020, six-session writing class. For information click here. To register free, click here. Wednesdays September 2 and 16; October 7 and 21; November 4 and 18 at 5pm …

Read all about a new collaborative international residency

 

The International Lamplight Residency

I will attend digitally with five other residents, July 19 to 25. 

Sponsored by Write On, Door …

On October 11, I will be “In the Company of Laureates,” hosted by the Poetry Society of Virginia and Write by the Rails, the Prince William Chapter of the …

“Love the written word and wondering what there is to do in Delaware? The DE Literary Events Calendar, twitter feed and FB page are intended to build community in DE.” …

The Brandywine Hundred Writers Conference will be held on Saturday September 13th from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Brandywine Library in Wilmington, Delaware. The conference offers six workshops on the …

On the first Mother’s Day I have spent alone in some 30 years of mothering, I took a long morning walk to the spring-fed turquoise waters of Calanques de Cassis.

celebrates the house of our longings, our memory and our hopes. That house is filled

with real people, imperfect, living among frogs, herons, and muskrats, watching the moon and stars, …

Can I know my father in retrospect? Can I know my father by making up his life?

I need time to think about this question, with my pen in my …