Healing Through Narrative Medicine
What happens on this podcast? Vulnerability in action! Join Dr. Kristina Hallett and Kristin Sunanta Walker with guest Leanna James Blackwell on the fears and self-sabotage (women especially) can use to silence their voices. We get enough of this from the world so let’s NOT do this to each other.
Mental Health News Radio Network is so excited to support Bay Path University. It’s been a goal of this network to work with a university. To have Bay Path be that University is certainly fitting since we are all about female empowerment here! But let’s not forget about men too! Bay Path has a curriculum for everyone.
Leanna James Blackwell is director of the Bay Path University MFA in Creative Nonfiction and assistant professor of creative writing. An award-winning essayist and documentary playwright, she is a member of the Northampton Playwrights Lab, former artistic director and playwright-in-residence of TKO Theatre and the Inner Stage in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the co-founder and director of The Place for Writers at Mills College in Oakland, California.
A frequent contributor to arts and parenting journals and a 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee, Leanna’s essays have appeared in Creative Nonfiction’s True Story; Full Grown People; Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers; The Best of Brain, Child; Literary Mama; five80split: A Journal of Arts and Letters; Hidden Manna: The Journal of Faith and Story; and Mount Holyoke and Amherst magazines. Her work has also appeared in the best-selling literary anthologies A Ghost at Heart’s Edge: Stories and Poems of Adoption and in Toddler, winner of an Independent Publishers Award (Seal Press). She was a Fiction Fellow at the Vermont Studio Center and a participating writer at the Napa Valley Writers’ Conference, Squaw Valley Conference for Writers, and the Bay Area Writers’ Project.
Join Leanna and amazing writers on 10/27/19 at Bay Path University. Register here: https://www.baypath.edu/events-calendar/details/the-healing-power-of-narrative-medicine/2019-10-27/
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