Session 2: Inventing new forms for deep private, public, and political feelings.
Session 3: Writing to bear witness to our own and other women’s stories.
Session 4: Writing from another’s point of view. What are the advantages of the chosen point of view? Whom can we believe? How do we lie to ourselves when we discount another’s point of view?All four sessions will be hands-on and will use remarkable poems as springboards to writing.
REGISTER even if you can't attend all four sessions "live," because we will promptly email you the recording of each session.
June S. Gould, Ph.D., is a writer, teacher, and lifelong learner. She is the author of The Writer in All of Us: Improving Your Writing Through Childhood Memories and co-author of a book of Holocaust poetry, Counting the Stones. She has done a signing at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for her novel, In the Shadow of Trains. Her poetry has been published in and/or by Pearl, The Storyteller, Inkwell, Ship of Fools Press, University of Rio Grande, The Round Table, IWWG, The Great American Poetry Show, and The Jewish Literary Annual, and she has written an award-winning chapter on teaching the language arts in Constructivism: Theory, Perspectives, and Practice. She has been a writing workshop leader for IWWG for 30 years and has given poetry readings, speeches, signings, and workshops at The 92nd Street Y, The Holocaust Museum, the Jewish Museum, and Yeshiva Museum, and for the Aegean Writers' Conference, in Andros, Greece.