This weekend I attended most of “(L)INK: The Write Disability,” and it’s given me some things to think about. The readings were great, and of the workshops, “Writing to Heal and Writing for Joy” was especially good. It was interesting to learn a little of the physical impact writing has, or even that it has a physical impact. And Lisa Gill’s “Mortar & Pestle,” “Caput Nili” and the forthcoming “Inaudible Rhymes” (which I’ve heard a little of) convince me that therapeutic writing doesn’t have to be bad; it can be excellent.
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