Archive April 2012

Bob Flor Plans Readings

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Posted 4.30.12 by RW Blogger

Robert Francis Flor, co-founder and director of the P&W–supported Pinoy Words Expressed Kultura Arts, blogs about  planning readings.

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Marea Gordett blogs about workshop in Albany County

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Posted 4.24.12 by RW Blogger

Marea Gordett, owner of Big Mind Learning, an educational firm serving students in the Capital region of New York, and author of the poetry book, Freeze Tag, issued by Wesleyan University Press, blogs about her P&W supported writing workshops at the Marillac Family Shelter in Albany.

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Bob Flor Connects With Writers

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Posted 4.23.12 by RW Blogger

P&W–supported poet and playwright Robert Francis Flor, graduate of the the Artist Trust EDGE Writers Development Program and former board member of ArtsWest Theater, blogs about making connections with other writers.

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Lifting Spirits: Jean Grau’s Work With Seniors

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Posted 4.20.12 by RW Blogger

Jean Grau, author of the poetry collection Riverbend, is a storyteller in poetry and prose. A native of New Orleans, P&W has co-sponsored her readings at local nursing homes and public libraries since 2008. We asked her a few questions about her work with seniors.

Why have you chosen to work with seniors?

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Bob Flor: Why I Attend Readings

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Posted 4.16.12 by RW Blogger

Longtime P&W–supported poet and playwright Bob Flor blogs about attending readings.

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Bob Flor's April Reading

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Posted 4.9.12 by RW Blogger

Presenter of literary events Robert Francis Flor, who is also the co-founder and director of Pinoy Words Expressed Kultura Arts, writes about his forthcoming P&W–supported event.

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Deborah Mayaan on Stories as Legacy

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Posted 4.5.12 by RW Blogger

Writer and energy-work practitioner Deborah Mayaan recently co-taught a workshop for people with cancer and their loved ones in Tucson, Arizona, with Rabbi Stephanie Aaron. The workshop was co-sponsored by Congregation Chaverim and the Readings/Workshops program.

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Bob Flor: Pinoy Words Expressed

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Posted 4.2.12 by RW Blogger

For the month of April, P&W–supported poet, playwright, and presenter of literary events Robert Francis Flor blogs about his writing life and role as co-founder and director of the literary organization Pinoy Words Expressed Kultura Arts.

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