Our Bodies, Our Words: A Day of Writing and Storytelling

$150.00

Live Online Class:

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Time: 10am-3pm ET

In this all-day online workshop, open to writers of all levels, Kathy Curto guides participants to write, share and think together about the body. These days, when touch may be scarce and ideas about health and vulnerability seem endless, it is a chance to slow down, document, and wonder.

 

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Our Bodies, Our Words:

A Day of Writing and Storytelling

Live Online Class:

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Time: 10am-3pm EST

The vessels we know to be our physical selves have stories to tell, whether we reflect on the past, consider the present, or wonder about the future.

Remember your first broken bone or the time you didn’t just feel naked in public, but you really were naked in public?

How do the current colliding personal, social, and political realities prompt thinking and feeling about your body?

And what about wonder, speculation, and fantasy? Where might our bodies take us in the days, weeks, and years to come?

Here’s a chance to gather online, write, share and think together about a topic that is bound to yield rich written selections and curiosities. These days, when touch may be scarce and ideas about health and vulnerability seem endless, it is a chance to slow down, document, and wonder.

This is a generative workshop open to writers of all levels. Limited to ten students.

A Full Day Online Class

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Time: 10am-3pm EST

Fee: $150

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Instructor’s Bio:

Kathy Curto teaches at Sarah Lawrence College/The Writing Institute, Montclair State University, and The Writers’ Circle as well as several nonprofit organizations and community centers in the metropolitan area. She is the author of Not for Nothing-Glimpses into a Jersey Girlhood. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, on NPR, in the anthology Listen to Your Mother:  What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now, and in Barrelhouse, Oh Reader, The Mom Egg Review, Drift and Talking Writing among others.  Her piece, “Still Cooking Side by Side ”, considered a “Modern Love in miniature” by The New York Times, was included in The Best of Tiny Love Stories in August 2021. Kathy lives with her family in the Hudson Valley.  Please visit: www.kathycurto.com.

Once you complete the payment process at our shop, you will receive an automatic confirmation of your order. Your workshop instructor will then e-mail you to introduce themselves within 10 business days about the workshop starting information and instructions for accessing the learning platform.

Making Your Payment: We accept payments by credit card and via PayPal.

Refund Policy: There is a cancellation fee of 15% included in each registration. Memoir Magazine will not issue a refund if a cancellation occurs within 48 hours of the class start time.

Memoir Magazine University cannot provide refunds, or transfer payments, for classes a student might miss, for any reason.  Your instructor may be able to offer a makeup session for a recurring class.

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