Let loose, write whatever is on your mind and in your heart.
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Encourage confidence, release resistance, & embrace process while you put words on the page. These writing sessions will explore stream-of-consciousness journaling, sensory awareness exercises, & a series of writing prompts that will loosen you up, spark your flame, & discover the voice that is truly your own.
From the roots of the Jewish diaspora, to the emergence of the Yiddish language in the early Middle Ages, the themes of suffering and survival have been associated with Judaism. Though an examination of Alechim’s book “Tevye, the Dairyman” published in 1894, we trace how his stories, adapted into the classic musical, Fiddler on the Roof, set the stage for the thematic universality of a myriad of world cultures.
Rilke said, ‘You must change your life.’ This last year, thanks to Covid 19, our lives have been changed for us. Bring a couple of recent poems on this theme or on the theme of change, as well as a poem from a poet who has meant a lot to you during the last year. We will write together from this point on.
Marie Ketsia Theodore-pharel explores the inter-sectionality of the oral and the written word. Participants discuss and practice several techniques and learn how those techniques can help with writer’s block, character, plot, and mood development.