Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT September 21st 2022

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this session!

For this session we read an excerpt from “Man Camp” by Claire Boyles, from her book of short stories titled Site Fidelity, posted below. 

Our prompt was: Write about cocky absolute certainty.

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Please join us for our next session Friday September 30th at 12 pm EDT, with more times listed on our Live Virtual Group Sessions.


An excerpt from “Man Camp” by Claire Boyles

One thought on “Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT September 21st 2022

  1. About cocky absolute certainty~~~

    I thought I knew it all.
    With a college degree under my belt, I trotted out into the wide world.
    Boy, was I in for a shock.

    I was protected growing up…parents who loved me, food always on the table, and a roof above my head.
    All this was accepted as a certainty.

    When I ventured out into the world, many things seemed topsy-turvy.
    Children wandering the streets homeless, falling prey to being victimized by unsavory creatures.
    Individuals not ever have felt the emotion of love- either given or received.

    How had I been so cocky to have believed the world was so smooth sailing,
    when, in reality, has so many jagged edges that poke the air out of my sails.

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