Fall Workshops 2021

Announcing A NEW workshop with Breena Clarke:  How They Must Have Felt: developing an emotional landscape in historical fiction.  This workshop created and led by Breena Clarke is one of six being offered as part of the Hobart Festival of Women Writers’ Fall Workshop Series. We’re entering our ninth year of platforming the work of women writers…

Expanding Ideas: Words into Poems and Artists Books with Bertha Rogers

Before poets could read and write, they spoke their poems, and they drew and carved on available surfaces. When the monks began copying holy texts, they weren’t satisfied with words only; they began illuminating the manuscripts with both sacred and profane drawings and paintings. William Blake was famous for his poems rich with watercolors. What we call “outsider art” frequently features words and images. – B. Rogers