Writing Our Way to Understanding [Online]
With Victor Klimoski
September 21 - November 23, 2020
The writer, Joan Didion, says that she only recognizes what she is thinking when she finally puts it down in words. This series invites writers to deepen their skills of written expression by exploring several key Benedictine concepts: community, stewardship, and hospitality, drawing on their own experience and insights. This interactive class will take place online via Zoom.
Victor Klimoski, Ph.D. is the former Director of Lifelong Learning at Saint John’s School of Theology and provides consulting services for the Benedictine Center of St. Paul’s Monastery. He holds a doctorate in adult education from the University of Minnesota and works extensively as a group facilitator and project consultant. He is also author of a number of poetry collections, most recently Revisited, Gleanings (contributing editor), Margin Notes and Lamentation for the Written Word. Email Victor Available for: Facilitation Consulting Coaching for writing
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