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In this workshop, attendees will probe testing events of 2020, such as COVID-19, quarantine, racial justice protests, and events suggested by attendees, including personal journeys, and write from the light at the end of their tunnels while honoring the affected.

About Liza:

Liza Zayas, also known as Luna del Flor, works with the power of poetry as a mirror and healer. She intersects her lifelong passion for justice, equality, and the healing of humanity with her artistic goal of dialogue through individual and shared experiences in rhyme. She is a Director at The Oddball Foundation, a poetry columnist at Oddball Magazine, she has been chosen by Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to present her work as one of its Neighborhood Salon Luminaries and currently has releases on Playroom Boston Records. When not on stage, she curates events with other talents for social justice movements and community building.

We hope you join us as we support each other during this time of introspection with art.

This is an all-ages event with a suggested donation of $10.00. Attendees are encouraged to attend with their writing tools (computer, notebook, pen, pencil, tablet, etc.) You do not need to share your work with others if you are not comfortable performing; however, should you want your work performed on your behalf, one of the facilitators will be honored to do so (usage of your name is also optional).

Future/No Future Workshop Series

Beginning December 14, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. (EST)


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