Monday, April 09, 2007

The Girl Who Married Coyote

No, not Jenifer. Well, I suppose that could be true. (She's doing great, by the way. Teaching is going well, and she went kayaking last "Sunday" -- these uppity Kiwis have to get everything in a day early.) The title belongs to an upcoming workshop you may consider attending if you're within striking distance of the Pacific Northwest. The subtitle is "The Conflict of Longing and Expectation," which I'm guessing sounds a tad familiar to you writers out there. And the teacher is the incomparable Daniel Deardorff. He's a gifted singer, storyteller, and mythologist, as well as the author of the excellent The Other Within: The Genius of Deformity in Myth, Culture, & Psyche. I had the pleasure of meeting Daniel at last year’s Minnesota Men’s Conference, where his irreverent skaldic wit was in full force. For workshop details, click the Coyote pic below.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous JIM said...

Great photo............

7:45 PM  
Anonymous Eric said...

I would imagine marrying Coyote is a chancy prospect at best. He is by definition unreliable.

You're more like "beaver" or "elk" - I can't decide.

:)

12:07 PM  

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