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Writing Alone Together: Journalling in a Circle of Women for Creativity, Compassion and Connection Paperback – November 15, 2014
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About the Author
Wendy Judith Cutler, M.A, is a teacher, writer and lesbian-feminist who has taught Women’s Studies and Writing for more than thirty years. She has been involved in feminist, leftist, social justice and queer politics, community-building and culture for many decades. She was a contributor to The Coming Out Stories, is noted in Feminists Who Changed America: 1963-1975, and has had writings in numerous publications. Through WomenWriting, she facilitates journal writing and memoir workshops and circles. She relishes the opportunity to inspire women to honour the wisdom and power of their own words. Her memoir-in-progress is about lesbian feminism in the 1970s entitled Memoir of an Undutiful Daughter. Lynda Monk is a Registered Social Worker, Certified Life Coach and the founder of Creative Wellness—a journal coaching business where writing, well-being and transformation meet. She regularly inspires and guides helpers, healers, leaders and others to the page for selfcare, stress relief, healing, growth and renewal. Lynda is the author of Life Source Writing™: A Reflective Journaling Practice for Self-Discovery, Self-Care, Wellness & Creativity. Her memoir-in-progress is currently called Wild Abandon: An Adoptee’s Memoir. Ahava Shira, PhD, is a writer, performer, creative mentor and founder of the Centre for Loving Inquiry. Her innovative retreats and mentorship programs support women to develop their confidence, cultivate self-compassion and access their creative power. Author of Weaving of My Being, a poetry book and Love is Like This, a spoken word CD, Ahava has been courageously exploring her own artistic expression for two decades through her poetry, storytelling and dance performances. Her memoir-in-progress about overcoming the limitations of a surgically fused spine is called Curve.
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“In North American culture that emphasizes individualism, separatism and hierarchies of power, bringing our bodies, words and stories together in the same room is significant. Coming together as equals with mutual respect is radical. Over time, Writing Alone Together creates a structure that transforms who we are individually and collectively. As women, we need ways of coming together to collaborate, heal and evolve. With this practice we bring healing to the world.”