Spring is fully upon us. In the Christian calendar we’re about to move from Pentecost into Ordinary Time. In the physical world, the temperatures are rising and the landscape is greening. But many of us are in some version of quarantine. How can we find meaning in this traditional season of hope when our lives have changed so drastically?
Writing from a series of prompts, we’ll use different markers of the season to think about the way we want to shape both our physical and our spiritual lives. What we might be growing out of – and towards? Please bring a pen and a notebook to your screen as well as a sense of curiosity and play.
Please note this is an on-line workshop. Pre-registration is required. A Zoom link will be sent to you in your registration confirmation. Registration for this program will close at 12 pm EDT the day of the program.
Randon Billings Noble is an essayist. Her collection Be with Me Always was published by the University of Nebraska Press in 2019, and her lyric essay chapbook Devotional was published by Red Bird in 2017. Her work has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, listed as Notable in The Best American Essays and appeared in the Modern Love column of The New York Times, Brevity, Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre and elsewhere. Currently she is editing an anthology of lyric essays forthcoming from the University of Nebraska Press in 2021, and she is the founding editor of the online literary journal After the Art.
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