Writing Through Grief: Nonfiction Workshop
Dates: 6 Sundays, Mar. 17 - May 12 (No class 3/31, 4/14, 4/21)
Time: 10 am -12 pm
Instructor: Caroline Goodwin
Genre: Poetry or Prose
When we're surviving a difficulty of any kind, be it the current political situation or something more personal like the death of a loved one, a writing community can provide great solace.
In this course, participants will experience a safe space in which to write through their grief towards healing. We will look at writers who have claimed their life journeys in different ways on the page, for example Kate Inglis and Monica Wesolowska.
Every week we will write together and share the challenges and joys of making something beautiful and meaningful from our pain. Come with an open heart and a willingness to engage in the process of writing through grief.
Caroline Goodwin moved to the Bay Area in 1999 to attend Stanford as a Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry. Her books include Trapline (2013), Peregrine (2015), and The Paper Tree (2017). She teaches at California College of the Arts and the Stanford Writer's Studio. From 2014 - 2016 she served as the first Poet Laureate of San Mateo County.
More about Caroline: www.carolinegoodw.com