Through a collection of essays and poem examples, we’ll have a chance to uncover memories about significant life experiences. Then we’ll shape our stories into prose or poetry.
During the workshop, gentle feedback by class members and the writing instructor will help us emphasize our personal style of expression for those who wish to share.
Presenter: Karen Rippstein
Time: Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Includes buffet lunch.)
About the Presenter
Karen Rippstein is a Certified Poetry Therapist, Poet and Creative Writing Teacher. She teaches popular writing programs at Westchester Community College, senior centers, Divine Compassion Spirituality Center, poetry and creative writing workshops at Greenburgh Public Library, North Castle Public Library, and inter-generational programs at area schools. An ongoing recipient of Poets and Writers, Inc. grants and a member of the Poetry Caravan, Karen has been published in National Association of Poetry Therapy’s Journal of Poetry Therapy, NAPT Museletter, Letters from the Heart, Personal Journaling magazine, en(compass): The Poetry Caravan Anthology, Layers of Possibility Anthology, and A Slant of Light. Karen lives in Cortlandt Manor, NY with her muse, a mini-schnauzer pup, Addy Lynn.