3/22 -- Writing to Find the Wild Heart: A generative poetry/prose class led by Teresa Tulipano

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Teresa Tulipano will lead this generative poetry/prose class that incorporates the music and dance moves of Stevie Nicks to inspire our writing. We'll use music, movement, and writing prompts to aid us in finding our wild hearts together.

Please feel free to wear your best Stevie drag, hooded druid capes, top hats, and flowing clothing (not a requirement, but it's pretty fun) and bring a shawl or shawl-sized scarf or piece of fabric (this is required - let us know if you don't have something you can use when you register for the class).

Date: Friday, 3/22

Time: 5-7 pm

Place: All Sorts, Hancock



Teresa Tulipano is a writer, storyteller, artist, and teacher who lives in the Catskills. She covered nightlife and bars in San Francisco for the Contra Costa Times, and wrote the nightlife sections of Time Out London's guidebook to San Francisco and Oakland. Her poetry has appeared in Two Hawks Quarterly, Lines+Stars, Poetry Superhighway, Marco Polo Arts Mag, and Menacing Hedge, among other journals.

She produced and hosted a literary and storytelling series and taught a workshop called Voluptuary during the 1990's in San Francisco. After moving to NYC, she followed her passion for diversity, equity and inclusion by co-founding and leading the storytelling series, Once in a Lifetime, in which she taught storytelling to people from marginalized groups who worked within the advertising industry.