Archive | Happenings

FeatherStone’s Poem of the Week w/Prompts: Nov 9

Journalverse community member Linda Barnes, a poet and poetry/journal facilitator based in Medford, OR, has resumed her lovely Poem of the Week series. She accompanies the poems with essays from her life–adventures with her horse, Buddy; her husband, Rick; her entertaining and intelligent children; her beloved landscape which becomes a character in her stories; national or […]

Continue Reading 0

Digital Journaling: The Paper!

What is digital journaling? (Okay, I’ll tell you: It’s writing on a keyboard instead of by hand). Who does it? How well does it work? Do men write journals digitally? Do women? Does typing your journal offer similar benefits to writing it by hand? What can digital journaling offer therapists, coaches, writing workshop facilitators, and […]

Continue Reading 2

Journal Conference Call for Proposals

We’re inviting proposals for 90-minute workshops at Journal Conference 2016: Pioneering the Next 30 Years, to be held May 19-22, Kanuga Conference Center, Hendersonville (near Asheville), NC. The conference celebrates Kay Adams’ 30 years as a pioneer of the journal therapy/therapeutic writing movement, as well as the completion and official launch of her 10-book expressive […]

Continue Reading 0

Darlene Goetzman Offers New Monthly Coaching Call

Darlene Goetzman, a personal and professional development coach who specializes in busyness, offered a wonderful Consultation Clinic last month on creating strategic alliances. Now she has volunteered to lead a new monthly coaching circle called Busyness to Business! It’s for all members. The coaching circle will take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month […]

Continue Reading 0

Leia Francisco & Transitions RESCHEDULED to Mon, Nov 4

That was CRAZY! Our (attempted) Ask the Experts with Leia Francisco on Tuesday, Oct 29, was a big long Halloween prank, complete with a wicked (electronic) witch, some gremlins, and not one but two haunted teleconference phone lines. After much spookiness and a goodly dose of hilarity, we swapped over to a different conference call […]

Continue Reading 2

Happenings: Alice Munro Wins Nobel Prize for Literature

Canadian Alice Munro, prolific and highly esteemed short-story writer, has won the 2013 Nobel Prize for Literature at the age of 82. From the AP news wire: “Often compared to Anton Chekhov, [Munro] has attained near-canonical status as a thorough, but forgiving, documenter of the human spirit.” I had a brief fling with Alice Munro’s […]

Continue Reading 2

Call for Submissions: Book

This project came across my desk today, and I’m passing it on for those who might be interested. I don’t know the project, or the co-editors. ~~~~~~~ Call for Submissions for Book Writing After Retirement: Tips by Successful Retired Writers From: Carol Smallwood, smallwood@tm.net Project: Writing After Retirement: Tips by Successful Retired Writers Publisher: Scarecrow […]

Continue Reading 0

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes