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Member Book Spotlight with Susan Tiberghien

  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Wherever you fire up your computer!

FREE to Members and Nonmembers!  

3:00–4:00 PM (Eastern) / 12:00–1:00 PM (Pacific) / 9:00–10:00 PM (Geneva) / Check your time-zone HERE.

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Longtime Guild teacher Susan Tiberghien, author of Writing Toward Wholeness: Lessons Inspired by C.G. Jung, will be interviewed by another beloved Guild teacher, Maureen Murdock.

Susan Tiberghien is an American-born writer living in Geneva, Switzerland. She holds a degree in Literature and Philosophy and did graduate work at the Université de Grenoble and the C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich. She is the author of four memoirs—Looking for Gold: A Year in Jungian Analysis, Circling to the Center: An Invitation to Silent Prayer, Side by Side: Writing Your Love Story, and Footsteps: In Love with a Frenchman—and a writing book, One Year to a Writing Life: Twelve Lessons to Deepen Every Writer’s Art and Craft. She has extensively published narrative essays in literary reviews and anthologies. For over twenty years, Susan has been teaching creative writing for IWWG, at C.G. Jung Societies, and at writers’ centers and conferences in the U.S. and Europe. She is a founding member of the International Writers Residence at the Château de Lavigny and an active member of International PEN. Susan founded and directs the Geneva Writers’ Group (230 English-language writers).

Maureen Murdock has been on the psychology faculty at both Pacifica Graduate Institute and Antioch University in Santa Barbara, but her real love is memoir writing. To that end, she is teaching in Pacifica’s new nine-month Memoir Certificate Program. Since 1990, she has taught memoir writing in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, where she received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award in 1995. She is the author of the bestselling The Heroine’s Journey, which explores the rich territory of the feminine psyche; Unreliable Truth: On Memoir and Memory; Fathers’ Daughters: Breaking the Ties that Bind; Spinning Inward: Using Guided Imagery with Children; and The Heroine’s Journey Workbook. She is the editor of an anthology of memoir writing entitled Monday Morning Memoirs: Women in the Second Half of Life and has published a memoir, Blinded by Hope, under a pseudonym. Maureen volunteers for AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) working with men in prison and has presented short memoir pieces at Center Theater in Santa Barbara and Spark Theater in Los Angeles about the men she works with. Her blog is on her website:

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