Many of the poets and writers we know and love have created art through their connections with nature and the natural world.
In this period of quarantining, crisis, or in times of self-isolation writing can be a tool to both connect with ourselves and also with the world around us.
Through writing, journaling, and creating poetry, we can, in our own ways, strengthen our bonds to the natural world
Wendell Berry said, “Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground and a common bond and we cease to be alone."
During this writing workshop we will read a selection of contemporary writers, engage with their work, write together in the digital space, and share our voices together.
This workshop will give you a packet ahead of the workshop to read, and prompts to take home at the end that will allow you to bring your new writing practice back into your life.
“With words at your disposal, you can see more clearly. Finding the words is another step in learning to see.” ― Robin Kimmerer
We have reserved tickets for people with limited means. Email us at email@example.com to redeem. Please note, tickets are limited and are first come first serve.
- After you complete your payment, you will receive a confirmation email, followed by an additional email that contains the zoom login information.
- Can't attend in real time? No problem! A recording will be sent to you after the class.
- Registration closes thirty minutes before the start of the event.
- Tickets are non-refundable.