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Writers from marginal situations share their writing and how it has allowed them to write themselves into their lives more effectively.

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Lucinda O'Connell is a professional artist from the Virgin Islands moved to the Marin area to heal through her art by going back to school and attending classes. She signed up for W R I T E O N ! because it sounded interesting and different.... more

New W R I T E O N ! writings to wake up your listening ears. Give a listen at 12 noon PDT Friday, July 13th on blogtalkradio.com

More delightful prose and poetry written by W R I T E O N ! writers and read by Robert-Harry CEO and Chief Facilitator of this transformative writing program.

More delightful prose and poetry written by W R I T E O N ! writers and read by Robert-Harry CEO and Chief Facilitator of this transformative writing program.

More delightful prose and poetry written by W R I T E O N ! writers and read by Robert-Harry CEO and Chief Facilitator of this transformative writing program. 12 Noon this Friday, June 22nd PDT Looking forward to listening to each other.

Tune in Friday, June 15th at 12 noon PDT to hear a fresh writer--Debra Jean Magnani read some of her lucid work. Debra says, "As far as my writing, I would like to say WRITE ON, was a complete surprise. The class enabled me to... more

Join us at 12 noon PDT Friday, June 1st for tantalizing sounds movement through language on W R I T E O N ! Radio

Join us at 12 noon PDT Friday, May 25th for tantalizing sounds of movement through language on W R I T E O N ! Radio Robert-Harry shares writing from the workshops so you can open windows of hearing and walk through new doors of... more

Smell the sounds of stories hot off the griddle with Robert-Harry in movement through language on W R I T E O N ! Radio Friday, May 18th at 12 noon PDT on Blogtalk Radio.

Why writing is important to me? Well, like many people I find writing to be very therapeutic. And I think we live in a society where relationships are often based on what is marketable or likeable about someone; what we think the world... more

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