• Lapidus Scotland launches a new booklet – Writing Place at the CCA 17th September

    I N V I T A T I O N
    Writing Place Anthology Launch
    with Lesley O’Brien as host

    and Ted Bowman talk on Bibliotherapy:
    Words Work Well: Reading, Writing and Storytelling
    Thursday 17th September 4:30 to 6:30pm
    CCA clubroom 350 Sauchiehall St,
    Glasgow G2 3JD

    Light refreshments included – RSVP lapidus.scotland@yahoo.co.uk

    Lesley O’Brien is a Storyteller, Singer, Family Resource Worker with Glasgow Women’s Aid and former chair of Lapidus Scotland. She is a member of Kittlinclapperdin, blending poetry, stories and song. Writing Place facilitator with Voices of Experience.

    Ted Bowman, poet, editor, grief educator, and bibliotherapist will give a talk followed by questions and discussion. Ted is a community instructor in Family Education at the University of Minnesota and an adjunct professor in Social Work at the University of St. Thomas. He is co- editor of The Wind Blows, The Ice Breaks, a volume of poems by Minnesota poets addressing themes of loss and renewal, and author of two booklets, Loss of Dreams: A Special Kind of Grief and Finding Hope When Dreams Have Shattered.

    Light refreshments included – RSVP lapidus.scotland@

    ALL WELCOME!

    Find out more about Lapidus by downloading the leaflet here. See more on the invitation: Writing Place Launch 17Sept15

Author

Born in 1958 and brought up in Blantyre in a family of seven. Moved to Glasgow in 1976 and stayed until 2012. Then I moved back to Hamilton where I had attended secondary school, for 4 years. Home is now Glasgow, again, I am a weegie through 'n through. I have two daughters, and four granddaughters who all light up my life. My experience of working with poetry, writing, reading and so on is from my childhood. One of my poems was published in a school magazine when I was 12. I am now trying to publish my first grown-up booklet of poems within the next year or so. I trained and studied to become a librarian from 1977. It was the one job I wanted since reading in Hamilton Townhouse Library in the early 1970's!I watched the staff and thought, I'd like to work here... Bibliotherapy came into my life in 2007, at Glasgow Women's Library.

http://weeread.scot

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