The National Writers Union will be hosting a reading and open mic via Zoom on Monday, March 15, starting at 6:00 p.m. Our featured reader this month will be Amy Weintraub, who will be discussing her book Temple Dancer, a story about the tradition of the Deva desi, as well as the nature of creativity, sacred sexuality and two women living in very different times whose stories intertwine, and finally about “Hearing Voices,” listening to a character from a different time and culture. Amy is a yoga teacher, trainer and writing instructor known for her nonfiction books, Yoga for Depression (Harmony Books) and Yoga Skills for Therapists (W.W. Norton), and who was a many-times rejected fiction writer suffering from depression before she found yoga. She will talk about the differences she finds in mining psycho-emotional truths in the writing of fiction and the writing of nonfiction, as well as the differences in the publication process. As the title of her talk implies, she will also discuss issues related to point of view. She welcomes questions. Visit her website at www.amyweintraub.com.
The open mic is for spoken word only, but is open to all forms of spoken word (fiction, essays, poetry, articles, polemics, etc.).
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NWU Tucson Friday morning breakfasts will be on hiatus until further notice. Check back for dates. They take place at 9:00 a.m. at Laverna's Coffee Shop. The address is 220 S. Plumer, which is one block south of Broadway, on the west side of Plumer.