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WORKSHOP: *Breathing the Line*
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- From: Linda Lanza/Talk With My Hands <inkmuse@EDEN.RUTGERS.EDU>
- Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 12:09:45 -0500
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Hello Book Friends,
I'm offering a writing workshop on Saturday, March 20, in East
Brunswick, NJ. Book artists may find it useful for generating original
material for calligraphy, handmade cards, and book arts projects in
addition to making contact with some tools for navigating life changes.
*BREATHING THE LINE: Writing Your Way Through Personal Change*
Saturday, March 20
10:00AM to 12:00Noon
A writing workshop presented by Poet & Calligrapher, Linda Lanza, in
collaboration with Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Steven A. Kopel, PhD.
The workshop includes nonverbal and verbal writing adventures, poetry
ideas, listening, and book arts activities sifted through mind-quieting and
For persons from all walks of life who are in transition in their life, are
contemplating life changes, or who feel the need for change but feel stuck
in place. Workshop location: East Brunswick Professional Park Building,
Highway 18, East Brunswick, NJ, near Loehman's Plaza, just south of Route 1
and Exit 9 NJ Turnpike, midway between New York City and Philadelphia.
Linda Lanza is a calligrapher, poet, and book artist who practices and
teaches writing for insight, healing, and self-expression. She is the
author of two volumes of poetry, *Dry Red* (1996) and *The Underside of
Leaves* (1998). Over the past 25 years Linda's painted manuscripts,
concrete poetry, artist books, and writings have been published and
exhibited internationally including several of "The Artful Letter"
engagement calendars and "Calligraphia", an exhibit sponsored by ITC and
UNESCO in the lobby of the United Nations. She is editor of The Museletter,
the tri-annual, 24-page newsletter for The National Association for Poetry
Therapy, and teaches at Princeton Adult School.
As a licensed clinical psychologist, Steven A. Kopel, PhD, has been
practicing the art of psychotherapy for 25 years in central New Jersey. He
has published in numerous professional journals, and co-authored a book and
audio-tape series to train graduate students and psychologists, Dr. Kopel
served over 20 years as a faculty member of Robert Wood Johnson (Rutgers)
Medical School, including 7 years as full-time Director of a major heart
disease prevention clinical research center, and is currently a Clinical
Field Supervisor for the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied & Professional
Psychology. He remains a committed long distance runner, tracing his first
steps to his graduate school days in Eugene, Oregon.
Please bring a notebook, #2 pencil, pen, and a small cushion.
For more info, call Linda: 732/937-5355 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO REGISTER: Send your name, address, and daytime/evening telephone numbers
with your check for $30 to: Linda Lanza, P. O. Box 1473, Highland Park, NJ
Thanks! I hope to see some of you then.