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I discuss poetry, mindfulness, academia, and coming to my own path as a writer and teacher with Albert Flynn DeSilver
Nadia Colburn ’95 sat down with The Harvard Crimson to discuss her holistic approach to writing.
How can we dig deep to access our stories and find our creative voice? How can we combine analytical and creative writing? Why does academia so often ask us to leave behind the whole person? Lizzy delves into these questions with writing & development coach, teacher, writer, yogi and activist Nadia Colburn, PhD.
Poets Nadia Colburn and Anatoly Molotkov read their recent work and discuss the relationship between poetry and war, social action, and more.
Advice for poets working in difficult material, plus insights from the process behind my collection, The High Shelf.
In this episode, we talk about the power of mindful storytelling and creativity to shape our inner and outer worlds for more peace and justice.
A panel of poets whose works and lives have been impacted by Mary Oliver’s work join at WBUR CitySpace to read from her poetry, share some of their own work and participate in a Q&A moderated by Nicco Mele, co-founder of Mass Poetry.
In our conversation Nadia shares the themes that interest her most in her poetry and nonfiction. One of those themes is motherhood, but a stronger area of interest is the idea of healing trauma through narrative. She describes her themes as exploring “waking up”. We discuss whether it can be used to heal trauma with a big T or a small t
Live web show discussing the life and teachings of Sister Dang Nghiem, her critically acclaimed first book Healing: A Woman’s Journey from Doctor to Nun and her highly anticipated second book, Mindfulness as Medicine: A Story of Healing Body and Spirit.
The world we live in is shaped by the stories we tell; when we come to understand and narrate our own stories and claim our own creative voice and vision, we become agents of change.
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