As always there are many announcements from the KotaPress Poetry front. We hope you will find these helpful, and feel free to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 206-251-6706 if you need further information.
has landed on Vashon Island with the following new contact information:
»»In the Company
The ten-week course, taught by Allegra Wong, begins to explore the mourning
process and helps participants define the seasons of grief. Through reading
some of the literature of mourning and through journaling (guided exercises),
loss is confronted in relationships, current events, and also in the stages
of human life. http://www.writers.com/allegrawong.htm
» CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:
The Psychoanalytic Experience: Analysands Speak
If you would like to document your experience of the client/therapist relationship, submit essays, poems, memoirs, diaries or stories to email@example.com. Beginning, as well as experienced writers and poets, are encouraged to submit. I will help contributors with revisions (to a point). See website for guidelines and current calls for submission.
»» We answer your needs! Poetry Therapy workshop and other online classes are available here at KotaPress. And one-on-one writing class is open for those of you in the Seattle area. Send us email for more information firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-251-6706 to schedule your class today!
»» KotaPress eStore is now online for our customers! You can make credit card purchases without leaving our secure website. This means no more hassles with those other online bookstores. The eStore offers all our cd and book titles for sale with new items being added all the time. Don't miss this chance to get your very own copy of the current issue of the KotaPress Poetry Anthology! All yours for only $9.50 (+shipping). Check it out in our Store Section!
»» Mrs. Duck
Needs You! Now you can make a donation to Mrs. Duck through our non-profit
umbrella organization M.I.S.S.. We at KotaPress believe so whole-heartedly
in the work of M.I.S.S. that we house the Seattle chapter's web information
in our Loss section and we
offer them our office space as a base for the Seattle chapter. You can
support the Mrs. Duck Project thru SeattleM.I.S.S. which is the Seattle,
WA, local chapter for the national non-profit org M.I.S.S.ing (Mission
for Infant Survival & Stillbirth In Natural Grieving/ Mothers In Sympathy
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