Nuestros textos fueron En un paréntesis por A Ángela P. Méndez. La propuesta de escritura fue “Escribe acerca de un paréntesis.” Se alienta a las/los participantes a compartir lo que escribieron a continuación (“Deja una respuesta”), para mantener la conversación aquí, teniendo en cuenta que el blog, por supuesto, es un espacio público donde no … Read More
Derek: Irene seems sure of herself, but what does “through with” mean, really? So many chapters to go, and already we feel a burden of knowledge and experience that Irene carries, one that she seems unwilling to share with her father. Carmen: So far the vacillating curiosity and disdain that Irene has for Clare doesn’t … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Today’s narrative journey started with an excerpt from the NY Times “Opinion” essay “You Can Hear the Whistle Blow a Hundred Miles” by Margaret Renkl, posted below. “Tell me something about this person” opened up our discussion of the female narrator who seemed to be on a train … Read More
Σας ευχαριστούμε που συμμετείχατε σε αυτήν τη συνεδρία. Κείμενο: Μαλβίνα Κάραλη, «Ιντερμέδιο (και μισό πλάνο)», Έρωτας και άλλες πολεμικές τέχνες (1996) Θέμα: «Γράψτε για ένα πλάνο που θα θέλατε να απαθανατίσετε» Σύντομα θα μοιραστούμε περισσότερες πληροφορίες σχετικά με αυτήν τη συνεδρία, γι ‘αυτό επιστρέψτε ξανά. Σας προσκαλούμε να μοιραστείτε τα γραπτά σας μαζί μας παρακάτω. … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text was an excerpt from “Meditations for a Savage Child” by Adrienne Rich from her collection Diving into the Wreck, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write about no longer knowing.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants … Read More
Siamo stati molto lieti di avervi qui con noi! Abbiamo letto insieme la poesia “Dopo Marx, Aprile” di Giuseppe Conte (allegato al termine di questa pagina) In seguito, abbiamo usato il prompt “Scrivi sulla rinascita delle cose”. Condivideremo ulteriori dettagli della sessione nei prossimi giorni; vi invitiamo a rivisitare questa pagina nei prossimi giorni! Invitiamo … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text was a page from the manga graphic novel Dementia 21 by Shintaro Kago, posted below. Our prompt for this session, again, was: “Write about the number one job.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to … Read More
Welcome to the first week of Narrative Medicine Book Club and our reading of Passing by Nella Larsen. We’re excited to begin reading with you! This week, we are starting off by announcing our anticipated reading schedule, and will officially commence next week. We’ll be reading at a pace of two chapters a week, as follows: Week … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! In honor of just having passed our one-year anniversary of launching our virtual group sessions, we are revisiting a text that was unfortunately interrupted one year ago. That text is “The Mailman” by Nazim Hikmet, posted below. Our prompt for this session, again, was: “Write a … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this session! Our text for this session was the poem “Perennials“ by Maggie Smith, posted below. Our prompt was: “Write about something you praise.“ More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote below (“Leave a Reply”), to … Read More
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