Posts tagged ‘connection’

Apr 25 2018
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Teacher feature: Teneice Durrant on the pleasure of choice in writing

Teacher feature: Teneice Durrant on the pleasure of choice in writing

Poetry Writing teacher Teneice Durrant shares some insights into both her teaching and creative processes. Director Stacia M. Fleegal: What excites you, inspires you, makes you grin from ear to ear about your Center class? Where is the joy for you in the teaching? Is there any relationship between the pleasure you feel teaching and the pleasure you feel when you’re writing? TD:  For me, the pleasure that comes from writing and the pleasure that…

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Mar 14 2018
Comments Off on Teacher feature: Tawni Waters on connection and discovery through teaching

Teacher feature: Tawni Waters on connection and discovery through teaching

Teacher feature: Tawni Waters on connection and discovery through teaching

Writing the Wave and Writing to Reclaim Your Sacred Self teacher Tawni Waters shares some insights into both her teaching and creative processes. Director Stacia M. Fleegal: What excites you, inspires you, makes you grin from ear to ear about your Center class? Where is the joy for you in the teaching? Is there any relationship between the pleasure you feel teaching and the pleasure you feel when you’re writing? TW:  Teaching at the Center…

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Jun 04 2015
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Keeping a second journal, for connection and validation

Keeping a second journal, for connection and validation

A while back, I wrote a post called “Writing through resistance: Tips for getting to the page and staying there.” One of my suggestions was to track your writing projects in a journal. I said, “Writing about my writing life might seem superfluous, but it helps me qualify the time I spend. After I write a book review, edit someone’s work, blog, finish an essay or poem, or read a great book, I reflect on…

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