Author, How it Happens, Nomadic Press 2018 Mistress of Peace Promotion. Currently practicing Yoga and Qi Gong while writing, reading or sleeping. Fresh air needed at all times. Camera at the ready. I work with writers to help them shape, bring clarity to and focus their work. I teach skills and strategies that are helpful for all writing genres, creative, academic, business, etc. I write poetry, fiction, essays and am a former freelance book and film critic and English language arts curriculum writer. My poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a California Book Award. My most recent essay was published in the Smith Alumnae Quarterly. My poems have been published in West Trestle Review, Essential Truths: The Bay Area in Color, The Lake County Bloom, Poem of the Day at The San Francisco Public Library, Wordpeace, and elsewhere. I've been an Artist in Residence with the California Arts Council and have been awarded residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Vermont Studio Center, Hedgebrook, and the Writers on Site Program of Poets and Writers, Inc. sponsored by the James Irvine Foundation.
A True Education Influencer
My Publisher Has Reached its Sunset and You Want to Buy My Book? Well…You Still Can!
Burn – West Trestle Review
Faith Ringgold:American People at the de Young Museum
Surprise! Kindness and Compassion
Voices of Rebirth: A Reading List on Being Indigenous in America
Grounding on the Fourth
A Meta Approach
WHAT BELL HOOKS TAUGHT ME
Joyce E. Young
Writer and Teacher
a dreaming skin
Writing, Poetry & Creativity | Angela T Carr, Dublin, Ireland
BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog
Daily Discussions of craft and the writing life
Dare I read?
Writer and Teacher
David Mura · Secret Colors
Writer :: Speaker :: Performer :: Teacher
Halcyon Neighborhood Community Emergency Response
information about disaster preparation in our neighborhood
Heart - Head - Hands
everyday living for JUSTICE | by Beth Godbee
The Blog: California Arts Council
Advancing California through the Arts and Creativity
Musings of An African Woman
Berkeley Progressive Alliance
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On Being Brown and Out/Raged
Another feminist Killjoy speaking truth to power. Another feminist Killjoy dismantling racism and white supremacy in the academy. Another feminist Killjoy who shall not be silent/silenced.
if you want kin, you must plant kin ...
you can't plant grass and reap kin
A selfish poet
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