How to Heal Pain With Your Pen

Rhea “RheaSunshine” Carmon will talk about how a poet/writer can use poetry as a form of healing through disease, abuse, and physical trauma

Central United Methodist Church
Saturday, April 14, 10 am to 12pm

Poems for a New World

Marilyn Kallet and Liam Hysjulien share poetry of love, memory and masculinity, terrors and graces of our times.

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How to Heal Pain With Your Pen

Rhea Carmon, performance artist and mentor, leads writers at all stages to use poetry to confront and heal physical, emotional, and mental pain caused by disease, tragedy, and conflict.

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Characters Are People, Too

Jeannette Brown combines lecture, discussion and exercises to help you create credible, compelling, functional characters to move your plot and reveal your theme.

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The Knoxville Writers Guild is a non-profit organization, offering monthly public programs, writing groups, workshops, open mikes, contests, a blog, spelling bee, networking, book sales, and skill-building opportunities.

Our public meetings are on the first Thursday of every month, at 7 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of Central United Methodist Church, 201 Third Ave., Knoxville, TN, 37917. Free parking in a lighted lot. $2 donation requested.

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