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FREE Writing Workshop Orientation August 25 at 1:00pm ET

You are invited to a FREE orientation and information session, including a group writing exercise, being held tomorrow at 1:00pm ET via Zoom (see login information below). This is an opportunity to ask questions about my online writing workshops, classes, developmental editing and coaching services. Feel free to share this invitation with fellow writers who may be interested.

There are still seats open in both the Wednesday afternoon poetry workshop and the Saturday afternoon writing class if you or anyone you know are interested.


Wednesday Afternoon Poetry Workshop and Study Group via ZOOM

This group meets every other Wednesday from 1:00-3:00pm via Zoom. The next 12-week session begins Wednesday, August 25. 

Each week we discuss a chapter from a book about craft, workshop poetry, and respond to a writing exercise or prompt. $200.00 for six meetings plus orientation.

  • Fall Session 2021: August 25 (orientation), September 1, 15 & 29, October 13 & 27, and November 10.

TO REGISTER: Send email to lisahasejackson@gmail.com

Six-Week Micro-prose, Flash Fiction, and Prose Poetry Workshop

Saturday Aug. 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25 & Oct. 2 1:00-3:00PM ET via Zoom.

This workshop will focus on works that range from 50 to 800 words and explore the commonalities and differences between lyric prose, prose poetry, flash fiction, and micro-prose. Six-week class for $200

TO REGISTER: Send email to lisahasejackson@gmail.com

Lisa Hase-Jackson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Free Introduction and Orientation for Writing Classes and Workshops
Time: Aug 25, 2021 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Start Where You Are Yoga and Memoir Workshop: Write, Heal, Transform

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Enjoy this weekly Zoom class meeting from 6:30-8:30pm Thursdays in September for 4 weeks (September 3, 10, 17, & 24). Get all the benefits of a home practice with the support of professional instructors Jessica Merritt and Lisa Hase-Jackson as well as fellow yogi/writers. Participants will be led through a 30 minute yoga series followed by a memoir writing exercise and instruction. Stay centered AND start or make progress on your memoir this September and feel good doing it. The cost for this class is $199. We recommend reserving a spot with a $50 non-refundable deposit. Fees can be paid through PayPal to zingarapoet. Include a note stating that your are registering for the Yoga and Memoir workshop.

Jessica Merritt, owner and founder of MindBody Health & Healing, LLC located in Charleston, SC., is a Certified Holistic Health and Wellness Coach, Registered Yoga Teacher, and Reiki level 1. She believes in supporting the body’s natural ability to heal through movement, breath, and energy work. Her goal is to bring awareness to natural health and she specializes in providing 1:1 sessions in a therapeutic setting. Jessica has studied health sciences, psychology, human performance, and the mind-body connection for 9 years. She was a college athlete where she played for Team USA in the World University Games in 2013. With a passion for health & well-being and personal growth & development, Jessica created her business with an aspiration for deep healing and self-growth.

Lisa M. Hase-Jackson is author of Flint and Fire, winner of the 2019 Hilary Tham Capital Collection Series prize. She holds an MFA in poetry from Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and a MA in English from Kansas State University. She has taught poetry and creative writing classes in colleges and community settings for over ten years. She believes good writing comes from self-knowledge and a consistent practice that grows from a sense of authenticity rather than from rigid, external pressures and expectations.

For questions, send email to LisaHaseJackson@gmail.com