One-on-One Poetry Critique with Laura Hope-Gill

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One-on-One Poetry Critique with Laura Hope-Gill

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Laura Hope-Gill, MFA, directs the Thomas Wolfe Center for Narrative at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Asheville, where she also leads the Narrative Healthcare Program offering narrative and creative training for healthcare professionals seeking burn-out prevention and more meaningful clinical practice. She is an NCArts Fellow and named poet laureate of the Blue Ridge Parkway by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation and National Parks Service in 2010. Her collection of poems, The Soul Tree (Grateful Steps), was one of the first Okra Picks of SIBA, and the North Carolina Society of Historians has awarded her the Willie Parker Peace History Book Award for both Look Up Asheville (Grateful Steps) architectural history books. Laura's teaching style is supportive, open, and grounded in the belief that the rough draft is a map we can learn to recognize and follow.

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