With Tina Welling
Tina Welling is the author of three novels published by NAL Accent/Penguin, including Cowboys Never Cry. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Sun, Body & Soul, and a variety of anthologies. She's also the author of Writing Wild: Forming A Creative Partnership with Nature. She lives in Jackson Hole, WY and her website is www.TinaWelling.com.
This series is based on Writing Wild and explores themes around the energy of writing, healing through words, the rhythms language writers are drawn to, and the importance of storytelling in connecting with self and others.
We are writers because we are drawn to language, to the music of sound, to story and the power of telling each other things we know.
All living things pulsate with energy; so too should our language. Includes writing practice exercise.
The therapeutic benefits of writing and storytelling. Includes writing practice exercise.
How does acknowledging our wild instincts directly help our writing?