• 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@


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

  • Wee Read at The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2015

    I am excited to announce my Wee Read event at the festival on Friday the 16th of October in Hamilton.

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    The poetry of Sylvia Plath and
    Maya Angelou is the starting point
    for this workshop, which explores
    writing about mental health stigma
    in a supportive environment.

    Be inspired, talk about the way it is
    and let your voice be heard!

    Fri 16 Oct, 2–3pm
    Hamilton St John’s Centre,
    Duke Street, Hamilton ML3 7DT
    Free / Booking required
    Booking: 07952 982 868

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