Classes and Seminars
for Self Exploration, a seminar for writers and explorers,
Wednesdays, 10:00 to 12 noon
Jan. 12 & 26; Feb. 9 & 23;
March 9 & 23; April 6 & 20; or
Eight Thursdays 12:30 to 2:30, Jan 13 & 27;
Feb. 10 & 24; March 10 & 24; April 7 & 21
led by Donna Hardy, M.A., MFT
1. An expanse of territory viewed from one place at one time;
2. an extensive mental view; 3. an interior attitude.
is formed by the landscapes we inhabit, as we, in turn, invent
the landscapes from which we live and write. To explore this idea,
we could begin with Emily Dickinson's garden or Vivian Gornick's
Manhattan, William Butler Yeats' Ireland, or Virginia Woolf's
psyche. Beloved landscapes all. You get the idea.
In these two-hour meetings we might alert the muse with a piece
of landscape art or a landscape poem. We will write for ourselves
and share what we wish-for feedback or for the experience of reading
our words aloud.
Donna Hardy is a marriage and family therapist, long time teacher
of writing and author of Songs to a Watchful Lover, a book of
love songs to life.
The seminar is limited to 12 women. There are openings from time
to time. If you are interested in joining us, put your name on
the list. You never know.