Truth to Power: Read & Write Poetry of Change
Immerse yourself in the poetry of social and personal change through reading the writing of U.S., tribal, and state poets laureate along with historic poets, then responding to innovative writing prompts to create your own poems. You’ll discover worlds of poetry as well as the power of the pen through inspiring essays on the craft and passion of writing powerful poetry, and plenty of videos, podcasts, and links to learn more. Poets include Joy Harjo, Langston Hughes, Emily Dickinson, Grace Paley, Audre Lorde, Walt Whitman, Li-Young Lee, Adrienne Rich, Gwendolyn Brooks, Richard Blanco, Yusef Komunyakaa, Sharon Olds, Luci Tapahonso, Wendell Berry, W.S. Merwin, William Stafford, and more. You can do this class on your own timeline. More here.
Writing Ourselves Home (online class)
An Online Workshop to Write From Body & Earth
October 11 – November 21
By writing about where we are — in time, as bodies, and on the earth — we can generate a lot of powerful, new writing as we deepen our sense of being at home in the world. Come create new poems, stories, songs, or whatever genre the emerging writing wants to be. We’ll explore identity, callings, embodiment, personal history, ecology, and what it means to both live in specific bodies and places. Most of all, we’ll be illuminating how to make the visible – what’s right here in/of our bodies, dwellings, local terrain, weather and skies – more visible, and use that new vision as a lantern to lead us toward greater homecoming. More here.
Your Right Livelihood -- The Class
Your work—whether it’s in the arts, business, community service, healing arts, entrepreneurship, or education—can bring you greater purpose and joy. Your work can also help others find and amplify the voices and visions so needed for our local and global communities. This 8-week class meets you where you are and helps you map out your individualized path. Mentored by experienced teachers and inspired by peers as committed as you are, you can discover and develop best practices for meaningful work, art, and service. The class includes in-depth coaching, an individualized portfolio of action plans and materials, expansive online resources, and online and weekly Zoom sessions for discussion and group work, featuring guest teachers. Find out more at our website, contact us for a free Discovery Call, and sign up to receive a free right livelihood guide.Sign up for a free guide on refreshing your work-life balance at http://yourrightlivelihood.com
Your Right Livelihood -- The Retreat
Our annual retreat is a welcome refuge from your workaday world to discover what’s knocking on the door of your life’s work right now, welcome what you’re ready to embrace and put into action. Along the way, you’ll re-visit your callings, then examine and reset goals that fit your life and work now. With your peers, you’ll find greater companionship for the journey as well as new ways to build and sustain your vision and resilience. We’ll also relax and have a lot of fun. We’ll gather at Unity Village in the Kansas City, Missouri area for a weekend of replenishment, community, and inspiration beginning at 4 p.m. on Fri., April 1 until mid-morning, Sun., April 3. This historic retreat center is renowned as one of the most beautiful, welcoming, and energy-efficient centers in the country.
Brave Voice: Writing & Singing For Your Life
Please join Kelley Hunt and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg for our 17th annual 6-day retreat to dive into writing, singing, and songwriting, and surface with new work, collaborative creations, a community that supports your artistic development, and a renewed vision of your life. Meet us in the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas with plenty of time and space for you to create, connect, and come home to yourself and your imagination. More at http://bravevoice.com
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By supporting me on Patreon for as little of $3/month, you can help me create transformative writing, workshops, and a new podcast series on the power of words. In exchange, you’ll receive cool perks (books, poems written just for you, and more), early access to my new work, weekly writing life inspirations, and an in-depth writing guide just for you. More here.
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You can help me create more transformative writing, workshops, and a new podcast series on the power of word for as little as $3/month. Patrons receive cool perks (books, poems written just for you, and more), early access to my new work, weekly inspirations & an in-depth writing guide just for you. More here.