During the last several years of lockdown, isolation, and illness, women bore the brunt of the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic. Then we jumped back into life without a moment to process what just happened—these important pandemic narratives need to be explored. In this class, widely published essayist, and founder of Heart. Soul. Pen. Women’s Writing Workshops, Robin Finn, MA, MPH, will guide you through unleashing your pandemic story onto the page. For writers and nonwriters alike, this class will embolden your writing and inspire you. If you need help getting started writing, reinvigorating your writing, or using your writing to connect to yourself and others, this class is for you.
Our Guest Speaker: Robin Finn
Robin Finn, MA, MPH, is an award-winning writer and educator, and the creator of Heart. Soul. Pen.®, a Los Angeles-based course blending radical self-expression and writing for women, and Hot Writing™ where midlife inspires the desire to write without apologizing. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times, and she is the author of the novel, Restless in L.A. Robin’s unique background includes master’s degrees in public health from Columbia University and in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Her passion is helping women find their voice on the page and in their lives.