First Coast Magazine: Bold New Writing Scene

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Along with Jax By Jax Literary Festival and Bridge 8 Literary Magazine, we’ve become  part of a growing new literary scene in Jacksonville.  Thanks to Editor Nan Kavanaugh, writer Sarah Clark Stuart, and photographer Craig O’Neal for this story.

10 Questions with Jennifer Wolfe

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…Wolfe is also the founder and certified facilitator of Women Writing for (a) Change, Jacksonville, the local chapter of a national group that, since 1991, has provided a safe and non-competitive environment for individuals to develop their writing skills, cultivate their creativity, and strengthen their voices. Through group workshops, Wolfe encourages others to use writing in all forms, including fiction, poetry, memoir, personal essay, and creative non-fiction, as a gentle, but powerful, way to explore aspects of yourself, your life, and your relationships with others.

 

River City Live: Workshops Help Hone Skills

Check out this interview on RiverCity Live on February 17, 2016, at Unity Plaza Jax, and learn five new journaling tips!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Florida Times-Union: One Of Us

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This is the place where Women Writing for (a0 Change, Jacksonville, was first conceived!

One Of Us, by Charlie Patton. Photo by Bob Mack. Read the article here. You can even watch me play the ukulele here.

(I love to introduce the ukulele into my writing circles…raising voices in more than one way! Note my biggest fan tucked in next to me in my writing chair.)

 

Jacksonville Magazine: Finding A Voice

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The Jacksonville Magazine wrote a nice piece for the June 2014 issue.

Center for Journal Therapy: Digging In the Dirt

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How I got back in touch with journaling, and used it to help create my new personal and business life—in the garden.

 

WJCT (NPR’s Morning Edition) Promo Spot

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Here’s a spot about our first retreat, with a shout out to Sarah Crooks Flair and Down to Earth Farm!

 

 

 

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