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Writing Through Grief (four day workshop June 8 - 12)

Event Type: Creative Nonfiction Workshop
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Description: Writing through Grief A writing workshop with Jessica Handler and Kathryn Rhett 338 Plush Mill Road Wallingford, Pennsylvania Ext. 3, 610-566-4507 or 800-745-3150 (US only) www.pendlehill.org A Quaker Study, Retreat, and Conference Center Registration Visit www.pendlehill.org, or call Ext. 3 at 610-566 4507 or 800-742-3150 (toll-free in US) Accommodations Shared room $600 Private room $720 Commuter $435 LIMIT OF 12 Travel Pendle Hill is just fifteen minutes from Philadelphia International Airport, and twenty minutes outside the city. The campus is near the Wallingford train station. Take the SEPTA Media/Elwyn line from Philadelphia and call for a pick-up. Robert Frost wrote “no tears for the writer, no tears for the reader.” But how does the writer bring emotionally difficult material to the page and move through trauma to create powerful work? We will examine leading examples of grief writing and use writing exercises to learn ways to confront tears, find joy, and meet on the page the continuation of Frost’s quote: “No surprise for the writer, no surprise for the reader.” You will gain strength for writing about trauma in pursuit of insight, a sense of wholeness, and connection to readers. Open to writers at all levels, in all genres.
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Pendle Hill: A Quaker Study Retreat and Conference Center
338 Plush Mill Road
Wallingford, PA
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John Meyer
800-745-3150
http://www.pendlehill.org

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