Women and Aging through Literature and Reflective WritingThis study group uses essays, fiction, poems and memoir excerpts written by women about aging as prompts for reflective writing. Following a discussion, members will write during class and volunteers will share their writing with the group. Sample prompts are: Write about a fear you have in growing older or describe a strength or positive attribute that has emerged in you as you’ve grown older. This is not a creative writing class, but an opportunity to reflect more deeply through writing about what aging means to us as individuals. Beth Spencer is a geriatric social worker, avid reader and writer with decades of teaching experience.
|Event Type||:||Study Groups|
|Category||:||Literature, Poetry, and Drama|
|Date(s)||:||04/06/2017 - 05/04/2017||Day of Week||:||Thursday|
|Location||:||Church of the Good Shepherd|
|Address||:||2145 Independence Blvd,|
Ann Arbor, MI 48104