Womxn of Color Finding the Heart of Our Stories [Anne Liu Kellor]
Intermediate | Who are you? What is your essential nature? What do you want and need? How can you cultivate compassion for your own weaknesses and for others? How can you speak your truth with clarity and trust on the page? In this workshop, we will explore these kinds of questions via short meditations and prompts inspired by readings from Melissa Febos, Ada Limón, Pixie Lighthorse, Jacqueline Woodson, and more—ultimately tapping into the core of our writerly obsessions and life’s work.
Students will also outline their writing intention and goals, and have the option to submit up to 2,500 words (creative nonfiction) for instructor feedback. All women and nonbinary writers are welcome who desire to deepen their writing practice.
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