New Course at Hugo House

A bedroom at night. A bed partially illuminated by a brassy gold lamp.
photo: Jp Valery via Unsplash

but somehow the chrysanthemum
is budding.

(Bashō, tr. Robert Hass)

This summer I'm leading a one-day workshop on writing illness and disability at Hugo House in Seattle. We'll practice expressing what feels inexpressible and examine the way great writers from Virginia Woolf to Ada Limón have pulled it off. We'll navigate the web and history of ableist language. We'll talk about rest as revolutionary action. We'll rest.

Want to join us? Details are here.

 photo copyright.jpg
envye template.