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When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic and the world shut down last spring, local writer, Johanna DiBiase, had just moved into an off-grid house on the mesa. With social interactions put on hold, the invitation was to go inward. DiBiase did so by going outside.
Creative writing is, as so many great authors have said in one way or another, an exercise in finding out what we think about the world around us, exploring internal complexities and bringing them from the abstract and into something tangible that invites reflection, revision and expansion. It's also an invitation to infinite possibilities.
Week three's challenge is going to take some rhyming skills. • Write a limerick on any topic. Limericks are five lines, usually funny and definitely fun to read aloud. The rhyme scheme is AABBA: The first, second and fifth longer lines share a rhyme, while the shorter third and fourth lines share a different rhyme.
Named the second poet laureate of Taos in 2019, over the past 35 years, Catherine Strisik does poetry workshops for children and adults, is co…
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Catherine Strisik,, In Recognition of Literary artistry
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Courtesy Susan Mihalic
Local editor and writer Susan Mihalic is hosting a gathering she calls a "two-hour, silent mini-retreat" for writers of every stripe. It is geared toward experienced writers, blocked writers or people who think they want to write.
Young Writers Night is a showcase of Taos talent onstage at the Harwood Museum, 238 Ledoux Street, on Thursday (Feb. 6), starting at 6 p.m. Isobel O'Hare, the Young Writers Program curator at SOMOS, and Taos High School student Michael Vigil, are co-hosting the evening.