Making art. Whether beginning or advanced, making art strengthens the brain by giving us new or more nuanced ways of seeing things. In this poetry writing workshop designed for writers at any skill level, we will explore approaches and techniques for opening and enhancing the imaginative possibilities within each of us.
Anyone, 18 and older, who has cared for a loved one with a catastrophic illness.
Quarterly. First workshop scheduled for Sunday, April 25th, 1:00 pm - 2:00pm CST.
Zoom. Registrants will be sent information to connect.
About our facilitator, Charles Wuest, PhD
Charles holds a PhD in English literature from Southern Methodist University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Florida. His poems appear in a variety of journals, including Illuminations, The Kennesaw Review, Runes, The Texas Review, Verse, Subtropics, Southword, The Stickman Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Toad Suck Review, and Folio. He also publishes essays on medieval literature, which appear in Papers On Language and Literature, Studies in Philology, Arthuriana, and the forthcoming MLA Approaches To Teaching Arthurian Literature, 2nd edition. He is an assistant professor of English and director of the Honors Program at Averett University in Danville, Virginia.
Disclaimer: Charle’s role with Jack’s Caregiver Coalition is exclusively and specifically limited to that of a volunteer. He does not offer advice nor should any of his services, conversations, communications or assistance be taken as such.