I’m offering this FREE workshop as a part of my writing residency at Woodland Keep on Lopez Island in Washington (where I am finishing Lady Parts #2: The Anger Issue)!
Through our bodies, we experience the world’s most outrageous pleasures and most frustrating pains, and our relationships with our bodies determine how we experience the world. Celebrate, examine, heal, reminisce over and laugh about your relationship with your one and only body in this morning writing workshop for women. We’ll write and share stories in a safe, fun, honest and empowering space and leave with new perspectives on how to love our female bodies. We’ll incorporate herbal medicine (essential oils, tinctures and flower essences) into our writing practice, as well. (*Women of all ages and lifestyles, including cis and transgender women and nonbinary folks are welcome and encouraged to attend!)
Bring a notepad and writing utensil
Tea and light snacks provided!
When: Saturday, May 20; 10am-1pm
Where: Lopez Island, Washington (address given upon RSVP confirmation)
Cost: FREE (donations of $5-20 happily and gratefully accepted but not required)!
Who: Dani Burlison
Dani Burlison is the author of Dendrophilia and Other Social Taboos: True Stories, a collection of essays which first appeared in her McSweeney’s Internet Tendency column of the same name, and LADY PARTS (available at Pioneers Press). She has been a staff writer at a Bay Area alt-weekly, a book reviewer for Los Angeles Review and a regular contributor at Chicago Tribune, KQED Arts and The Rumpus. Her writing can also be found at WIRED, Vice, Utne, Ploughshares, Hip Mama Magazine, Spirituality & Health Magazine, Made Local Magazine, Shareable, and more. She is an alumna of the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, Lit Camp and the Mendocino Coast Writers Conference and has upcoming work in various online and print publications. Dani teaches autobiography writing at Santa Rosa Junior College in Sonoma County, CA and is visiting Lopez Island to finish LADY PARTS #2: the anger issue…