International Women's Writing Guild
Fiction, Fairy Tales & Fabulation
Writing Circle with Dorothy Randall Gray
Rapunzel cuts her hair, Sleeping Beauty has nightmares, and a happy ending becomes a tragic beginning. Explore alternate truths, biomythography, Pinocchio prose, feminist fairy tales, and the world of, "What if..." Inspire your otherworldliness with Octavia Butler, unusualness with Ursula K. Le Guin, and memoir mendacity with Mary Shelley.
Dorothy Randall Gray is author of the bestseller, Soul Between the Lines (Avon/Harper Collins), a recent volume of poetry Sharing the Same Sky, and numerous anthology selections. Her other published works include Muse Blues, Woman, Family, The Passion Collection, and A Taste of Tamarinda. A two year LA Poet-in-Residence Dorothy's "When I Was A Tree" poetry film was awarded Official Selection by the Film & Poetry Video Symposium. Her work is also featured in the upcoming Eve Ensler/Aja Monet production, VOICES. She is a former board member of the International Women's Writing Guild, NPR commentator, and UNESCO delegate. Her workshops have inspired thousands throughout the US, China, Iceland, and India. They have served a variety of audiences including beginning and seasoned writers, graduate and high school students, creative aging groups, and incarcerated populations. A global activist Dorothy is a Hedgebrook Fellow who has shared the dais with the Dalai Lama, performed poetry in Iceland, danced with tribal boys in India, and boogied with James Baldwin in NYC.
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