Move Your Pen and Open Your Mind

Small, seriously fun memoir classes in Boulder, Denver & afield

About Lisa

In 2003, I wrote a story for Smithsonian magazine that changed my life. It was a profile of the most astonishing person I’ve ever met — Stanford Addison, a quadriplegic Northern Arapaho horse gentler and traditional healer who lived on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. His place became my second home for nearly [more…]

Spring Classes

I’m offering classes March thru May. Most of them are open to writers of all levels, and are limited to six people to preserve safety and intimacy. All classes (except weekend intensives) run for 2.5 hours. We generally spend about an hour writing in each class (in two half hour segments) and about an hour reading what we’ve written. All classes are [more…]

Q&A

Forget about being clever or educated or persuasive or having a great vocabulary. Quit trying to look so cheerful, so victorious, so worthy. Become a humble servant of your own truth, and your writing will become a vital force for healing, because once our truths are known and witnessed and no one in the room [more…]