International Women's Writing Guild
Free Write with Jacqueline Jones LaMon
The Literary Practice of
Fortunes, Braids, and Twists
Join poet, writer and educator Jacqueline Jones LaMon for a ninety-minute workshop exploring the revelatory practice of creating synapse. In this session, open to writers and poets of all genres and expressions, we will find connection in disconnection, meaning in synchronicity, and understanding in the midst of chaos. Expect to be surprised at what you learn about yourself and discover new origins of creativity.
Jacqueline Jones LaMon is the author of the poetry collections, What Water Knows (Northwestern University Press, forthcoming June 2021), Last Seen, a Felix Pollak Poetry Prize selection, and Gravity, U.S.A., recipient of the Quercus Review Press Poetry Series Book Award; and the novel, In the Arms of One Who Loves Me. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College and UCLA School of Law, Ms. LaMon earned her M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Poetry, from Indiana University Bloomington.
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