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Writing workshop for cancer patients set

The Sierra Nevada Cancer Center is presenting a Winter writing workshop for cancer patients, survivors, their caregivers and families.

The workshop is a series of seven classes called “Writing to Heal,” which will be taught by Nevada City poet Molly Fisk. The series begins on Thursday, Jan. 20, and runs each Thursday through March 20. Classes meet from 3 to 5 p.m. in Classroom A at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. A fee of $20 covers the series.

Fisk explains that the key to using writing to heal is to write about events while simultaneously drawing on emotions to embellish the bare facts. She has developed a process that she says makes this kind of writing fun.



For more information, call Fisk at 470-0188. For registration call Debby Kirk at 274-6872.


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