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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/01/2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Red Hen Press


The Inborn Word: Move Write & Read

Peggy Dobreer

Sunday, July 1, 2018
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Details:
1 Day Session: $35

Workshop Description

THE INBORN WORD: MOVE | WRITE | READ with PEGGY DOBREER is a workshop for writers with an emphasis on prodding the body and brain to collaborate more deliberately. Each workshop includes easy movement, a packet of prompts and poems, and time for personal feedback. Revitalize your writing by increasing your range of motion in the body and on the page.

“Until I Took Peggy Dobreer’s Workshop At AROHO, I Never Dreamed That Movement Could Open Such Rich Avenues of Play And Invention In My Writing Process. Dobreer’s Approach Is Magical.” -Janet Fitch, Author Of White Oleander, The Revolution Of Marina M.

Please wear loose fitting clothes for movement. Bare feet or clean socks are best for this first half hour. The bulk of our time is spent on writing, reading, and peer discussion. Packet of poems and prompts are provided .

Instructor

Peggy Dobreer is a long-time performance artist and late-career poet, winner of the 2017 Poetry Matters Poetry Prize from Downey Symphony Orchestra. She has a 2014 Pushcart Nomination, two collections titled, Drop and Dazzle and In The Lake of Your Bones, both from MoonTide Press, and two earlier (self-published) titles,  Little Captures and Face of Sky, First Eye Press.

Peggy is a choreographer, parent, student of mystical traditions, and an irrepressible curator of new combinations. Ms. Dobreer’s poetry is lyrical, mobile, and published most noteably in Pirene’s Fountain, Mas Tequilla Review, Malpais Review, Bicycle Review, San Pedro River Review, and Yoga Magazine. Most recent anthologies include: the just released, Voices From Leimert Park Redux Anthology, Harriet Tubman Press for Tsehai Publishers, Vol. #1, Aeolian Harp Folio Series, Glass Lyre Press, Like A Girl: Perspectives on Feminine Identity, Lucid Moose Lit, and Ekphrastia Gone Wild, which also features work by Nobel Laureate, Wislawa Szymborska.

Peggy is co-author of 64 Ways to Practice Nonviolence: A Curriculum and Resource Guide, Pro-Ed, Inc. She facilitates E=Mc2BODIED POETRY WORKSHOPS for adults, teaches for Writers In The Schools at Red Hen Press, and hosts THE RwIrGiHtTe READ literay series at Stories Books. She was a Program Director at AROHO2015, at Ghost Ranch.

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.