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The body remembers: skinned knees, wiggly teeth, the copper taste of blood. The body retains: stretch marks, that old tattoo, joints that ache in the rain. In this workshop, we'll listen to the body's stories--hilarious, mortifying, absurd, tender, mortal--and write poems or stories or memoirs in response. We'll look at some exceptional texts for inspiration, write with a prompt or two, then have time to share our work aloud. Writers of all ages/abilities welcome.
Anndee Hochman's essays on topics both personal and political appear regularly on WHYY's website, in Purple Clover and Broad Street Review. Her "Parent Trip" column profiling a range of Philadelphia families runs each week in The Inquirer. A freelance writer and teacher for 25 years, Anndee is also the author of "Anatomies: A Novella and Stories" and "Everyday Acts & Small Subversions: Women Reinventing Family, Community and Home."
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Big Blue Marble Bookstore is in Mt. Airy Village, near the intersection of Greene Street and Carpenter Lane. There is plenty of free parking on the street. The store is a few blocks walk from the Upsal or Carpenter Lane stations of the Chestnut Hill West Regional Rail line, and the H bus stops one block from the store at Carpenter and McCallum.
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