Nonfiction Workshop – Landscape and Identity / Sunday, October 29



Sunday, October 29
1 PM – 4 PM
LOCATION: Willowtail Springs Nature Preserve and Education Center / 10451 Rd 39, Mancos

For many of us, landscapes are as intertwined with our identities as our families or formative experiences.  This workshop will focus on the connections between ourselves and the landscapes that define us. Through metaphor, experiential storytelling, and reflection, workshop participants will delve into the inimitable links between landscape and identity.

Minimum 6 students.  Maximum 15 students.  

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About The Instructor:

Lorena Williams is a writer, educator, wildland firefighter, the San Juan National Forest’s Partnership Coordinator-Public Affairs Specialist, traveler, and Willowtail Springs’ Alumni. Her work has appeared in Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment, Not Somewhere Else But Here: A Contemporary Anthology of Women and Place, The Fourth River, and Touchstone journals, and was awarded Honorable Mention in The Atlantic Student Writing Contest and third place in the Torrey House Press Nonfiction Contest. In 2013, her chapbook, Relic, was released from Appaloosa Press. She earned her MFA in creative writing in 2011.