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Writing for Recovery online workshop; weekly through June 16

Beginning with the idea “Aren’t we all recovering from something?”, Writing for Recovery is a free online workshop series that provides participants with tools and directions to use writing as a pathway in their recovery journey. Participants can join one or all sessions on Thursday evenings, 7 – 8:30 p.m., Jan. 13 through June 16, 2022.

Six highly experienced writing teachers, including Ruth Salter, lecturer in the Department of English, each with a solid understanding of the recovery journey, will share approaches and different forms of writing as a pathway to stronger recovery. Classes will explore poetry, essay, short story, and life story/memoir and offer new ideas for starting or continuing your own writing practice.

Anyone 18 or older and of every writing level are welcome to participate.

Register for the “Writing for Recovery” workshop.