This workshop will take place before the start of the Thanksgiving/Christmas holiday season. As this can be a particularly difficult time for some, it is a good time for the Writing for Healing workshop. Writing is a wonderful tool for organizing thoughts and expressing feelings in a constructive and safe way. Recording thoughts, experiences, and feelings in a daily journal, writing letters, starting a memoir or a collection of poetry are just some of the ways that writing can help with healing. In this workshop, we will discuss the benefits of writing in coping with emotional and/or physical pain. Participants will be invited to do some writing in response to prompts and to share if they wish to do so. We will also explore ideas on how to turn writing into projects or finished products to share with others. This workshop is designed to be a supportive and nurturing experience to encourage creativity and self-expression.
About the Writer
Robin Hill-Page Glanden was born and raised in Delaware and holds a Bachelors degree in Theatre Arts Education with a concentration in English/Journalism.
Robin is a member of the Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
She spent 20 years in Philadelphia, New York City and Los Angeles working as an actress and musician and in the business end of the entertainment industry. While living in Los Angeles, she studied in the UCLA Writers Program, wrote articles for local LA publications and co-wrote a screenplay on the life of silent film star Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle. Robin also worked on books with various Los Angeles authors as a copy editor. Now as a freelance writer and copy editor, she writes magazine articles, fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry. She has had short stories published in two anthologies and she writes non-fiction stories for the Mysterious Ways, one of the Guideposts nationally distributed magazines. She is active in public prose and poetry readings and she performs music/spoken word pieces with her husband and partner in rhythm and rhyme, Kenny.
6000 Kirkwood Highway
Due to library restrictions, attendees must be 18 or older, or accompanied by an adult.