Writing What Resonates

with Sue Sutherland-Hanson

Do you have a story, a memoir, a poem, or lyrics you often wish you would write down?

Do you need to jump start a writing project that is languishing?

Are you lonesome for your creative self?

Support your worthy writing goals and give yourself protected time to listen to what wants to be put on the page in either prose or poetry.

Whether you are new to intentional writing or a seasoned writer in the middle of a project,
these classes will engage the unfolding gift
of your writing.

Each class will provide time for free-writing, creative stimulation, and reading in a supportive community.

When: Tuesdays
June 19, 26, July 3, (no class on July 10),
      July 17, 24, and 31
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cost: $150
Tailored payment options are available

Register Online

Where: A home near Port Gamble Road NE and Gunderson


Sue Sutherland-Hanson, MAT, M.Div.
An award-winning poet and essayist, Sue teaches English to students from all language backgrounds at Edmonds Community College.

Sue enjoys creating contexts for people to see the wisdom and creativity they embody.

She has led workshops on spiritual autobiography, creative writing, modes of creativity, and the spirituality of the body.

Her passion for diversity and her life-long connection to the Northwest infuse her art, teaching, and spirituality.

For more information:
Call (360) 598-4434.

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