hosts Love’s Labor Saturday May 9th from 10 AM to 2 PM:
Love’s Labor is a writing workshop for mothers who have known loss. Whether you’ve lost a pregnancy, a child, or someone or even something else, this day is for putting words to the unspoken. Taking inspiration from prose writers who’ve written movingly about loss, we will access our own memories and make them accessible to others. Love’s Labor is open to any mother who feels the urge to write.
About Monica Wesolowska
Monica Wesolowska is the author of the memoir Holding Silvan: A Brief Life which was named a “Best Book of 2013” by The Boston Globe and Library Journal and has been internationally published. Holding Silvan explores mother love and medical ethics through the brief life of her son. Her stories and essays have appeared in many other venues including The New York Times, The Carolina Quarterly, and Best New American Voices. A regular speaker at hospitals about neonatal loss, she has also taught writing at UC Berkeley Extension and around the Bay Area for over a decade.
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