Love for you, this week especially– with Lara Eisenberg

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Love for you, this week especially– with Lara Eisenberg

Self-love is an integral part of our success in all aspects of life. It affects every part of our life and enhances the quality of our relationships.  Here are three reasons why it is important to cultivate and nurture: 1) It builds confidence.  People that love themselves will have better relationships, higher chances of getting a job or a promotion and are more open to receive the beauty life has to offer. 2) You will take life as your lover.  When we love...

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2017-05/13 The Tom Bird Method: You Can Write Your Book in a Weekend

Posted by on Feb 7, 2017 in Classes, Events, Fiction | Comments Off on 2017-05/13 The Tom Bird Method: You Can Write Your Book in a Weekend

Many are drawn to the art form of writing to allow healing, transformation and the release of their divine potential. In this three-hour workshop, you write with Tom using his most successful technique, the innate and natural Divine Author Within space. Ninety-seven percent of those attending Best Selling Author Tom Bird’s Write Your Book in a Weekend Retreat have completed the writing of their long awaited books in a weekend. This class will get you...

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2017-02/19 From Harlem Renaissance to Hip Hop: A Celebration of Black History Month–Poem-Making with Jim Moreno

Posted by on Feb 7, 2017 in Archived Events | Comments Off on 2017-02/19 From Harlem Renaissance to Hip Hop: A Celebration of Black History Month–Poem-Making with Jim Moreno

Jim Moreno counts his 8 years with the Langston Hughes Poetry Circle (LHPC) at Malcolm X Library as some of the most meaningful literary times of his life.  As the result of that visibility he was able to know local poets the  likes of Eusi and Tchaiko Kwayana, Jihmye Collins, Sharon Elise, RegE Gaines, Ant Black, Rudy Francisco, Theresa F., Gill Sotu and others.       Moreno was able to assist the LHPC to bring Amiri Baraka to San Diego twice for readings.  At...

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2017-02/12 Second Sunday Author Series at Women’s Museum: Elizabeth St. John

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in Archived Events | Comments Off on 2017-02/12 Second Sunday Author Series at Women’s Museum: Elizabeth St. John

Second Sunday Author Series: Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories A Collaboration of the Women’s Museum of California and San Diego Writers, Ink 4:30-5:30 pm at the Women’s Museum, Barracks 16, Liberty Station, $5.00 This month we welcome Elizabeth St. John, author of The Lady of the Tower, to the museum. Orphaned Lucy St. John, described as “the most beautiful of all,” defies English society by carving her own path through the decadent Stuart...

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Crystal Daigle: Poetry and Character (“Why did I give up caffeine?” poem)

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Crystal Daigle: Poetry and Character (“Why did I give up caffeine?” poem)

  Crystal Daigle will be teaching Characters and Poetry on Sunday, Jan 29th. Here’s an example of the type of poetry the class will encourage:   Why did I give up caffeine? (a poem) by Crystal Daigle Why did I give up caffeine? Today I could really use a cup. A cup the size of a circus tent. I would stick a straw through the top and sip it into me in one sucking sipping blood transfusion-like hit! But I gave it up. I’ll be...

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