ABOUT THE ARTIST
Memoirist, essayist, poet, and instructor Carolyn Walker’s creative nonfiction has appeared in literary journals such as The Southern Review, Crazyhorse, Hunger Mountain, The Writer’s Chronicle, and Columbia: A Journal of Letters and Arts. Her essay “Christian Becomes a Blur” was nominated by the editors of Crazyhorse for a Pushcart Prize. Walker is currently a creative writing instructor for The Writer’s Digest and Springfed Arts.It looks like we don't have what you are looking for. Please select another filter.
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WRITING IT OUT: USING THE ARTS TO HEAL
Walker is the mother of two children with special needs and through her writing hopes to enlighten people about the realities of living with disabilities, as well as to sensitize others regarding their responses and interactions to people with disabilities. Walker will read from one of her latest works, as well as join a select panel in discussion revolving around her practice and purpose.