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Writing With Trees: Exploring Identity & Entanglement

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Writing With Trees: Exploring Identity & Entanglement

September 7, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

#UnderTheSkin is back this Fall at WSU. Our goal is to create spaces of dialogue, understanding, growth and healing. In our first WALKSHOP we will be guided by Linda Russo.

About the workshop:
In this walkshop, we will walk to a nearby leafy location and explore in our notebooks how our lives and identities are entangled with the other-than-human world (of trees, plants, & critters) all around us. In what ways has it transformed you? What are some new possibilities for transformation?

About Linda
Linda Russo’s creative and critical projects explore connections between ecology and creativity. She is the author three books of poems, most recently Participant, winner of the Bessmilr Brigham Poets Prize, and book of lyrical essays, and teaches in the English Department at WSU. For more, see inhabitorypoetics.blogspot.com

We hope you can join us on this wonderful adventure. We’ll enjoy some wonderful homemade cakes and more! See you soon!
For further information on workshops: Contact Nancy Carvajal Medina at  necmedina05@gmail.com

Details

Date:
September 7, 2017
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Organizer

Nancy Carvajal
Phone:
509-592-8097
Washington State University