New York Writers Workshop @ Arts on Site, 12 St. Mark’s (3-F)

Developing Fiction (w/Tim Tomlinson)

Six Mondays, 7:00 – 9:00 PM Feb 6, 13, 20, Mar 6, 13, 20

This is a workshop in prose fiction (it also accommodates memoir). I’ll begin each session with a craft talk based on published samples of prose, concerning various modes (flash, story, novel) and techniques (scene, dialogue, character, setting). I’ll devote the majority of each session to manuscript critique (three per session). Each participant will have work evaluated at least once. My workshop approach is grounded in a spirit of community, support, and encouragement, based on sensitive, honest critique. I consider the material that comes into workshop as in process, and I am committed to helping it along to its fullest, most effective realization.

Cost: $225

Max: 15 participants

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developing-fiction-with-tim-tomlinson-tickets-30441533446

Tim Tomlinson is a co-founder of New York Writers Workshop and co-author of its popular text, The Portable MFA in Creative Writing. His poetry collections Yolanda:  An Oral History in Verse (a chapbook), and Requiem for the Tree Fort I Set on Fire, appeared in 2016. This Is Not Happening to You, a collection of short fiction, will appear in 2017. His work in poetry and prose has been published in China, the Philippines, and in numerous venues in the U.S., including Blue Lyra Review, Caribbean Vistas, Lime Hawk, the Brooklyn Poets Anthology (forthcoming), and in Long Island Noir (Akashic Books). He is a member of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators. He teaches in the Global Liberal Studies Program at New York University.  

 

New York Writers Workshop

presents

a workshop series at Arts on Site, 12 St Mark’s Place, beginning January 2017

Two-Day Intensives, Sat-Sun

 

 

1. The Storehouse of Memory & How to Publish (w/Ravi Shankar)

The Storehouse of Memory: Using Heightened Recollection to help Generate Poetry and Prose

is day one—samples, exercises, new material. How to Publish and Sell your Works of Fiction, Nonfiction or Poetry is day two.

Sat Feb 4: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sun Feb 5: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Cost: $115 / Max: 25 participants

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-storehouse-of-memory-how-to-publish-with-ravi-shankar-tickets-30441477278

Ravi Shankar is the founding editor of Drunken Boat, one of the world’s oldest electronic journals of the arts. He has written or edited ten books and chapbooks of poetry, including translations of the 9th century Tamil poet/saint, Andal, entitled The Autobiography of a Goddess, a collection of collaborative poems, What Else Could it Be, the 2010 National Poetry Review Prize winner, Deepening Groove, and the 2005 finalist for the Connecticut Book Awards, Instrumentality. Along with Tina Chang and Nathalie Handal, he edited W.W. Norton’s Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from Asia, the Middle East & Beyond, called “a beautiful achievement for world literature” by Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer. He has won a Pushcart Prize, been featured in The New York Times and the Chronicle of Higher Education, appeared as a commentator on the BBC, the PBS Newshour and NPR, received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Corporation of Yaddo, and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, and has performed his work around the world. He is currently chairman of the Connecticut Young Writers Trust and on the faculty of the first international MFA program at City University of Hong Kong.

2. Turning Your Life into Art: A Workshop in Fiction, Memoir and Screenplay (w/Ross Klavan, Charles Salzberg, & Christina Chiu)

From the wildest fantasy film to the most heartfelt, truth-telling memoir, all stories originate from real life. But how does one cull certain life experiences and transform those moments into a novel, film or memoir? How does fact ignite fiction? Charles Salzberg and Ross Klavan have worked in a variety of art forms—novel, short story, and screen writing, creative non-fiction and memoir. Using their expertise, attendees will learn how to shape their experience into a unique imaginative art form. The workshop will include specific exercises, panel discussions, and screenings. Salzberg and Klavan will read from their work, as will special guest instructor, award-winning fiction writer Christina Chiu.

Sat Feb 18: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sun Feb 19: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Cost: $115 / Max: 25 participants

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/turning-your-life-into-art-a-workshop-in-fiction-memoir-and-screenplay-with-ross-klavan-charles-tickets-30441510377

Ross Klavan’s work spans film, books and TV. His comic novel Schmuck was published by Greenpoint Press in 2014. His screenplay for Tigerland (starring Colin Farrell) was nominated for an Independent Sprit Award. He’s presented his work in performance and his voice can be heard in a variety of films, TV shows and commercials. His is a member of New York Writers Workshop.

Charles Salzberg is a former magazine journalist whose work has appeared in Esquire, GQ, New York magazine, The New York Times, Redbook and other periodicals. His novel, Swann’s Last Song was nominated for a Shamus Award, and he is also the author of Swann Dives In, Swann’s Lake of Despair, which was a Finalist for a Beverly Hills Book Award, and Devil in the Hole, based on a true crime and called one of the Best Crime Books of the Year by Suspense magazine. He teaches with New York Writers Workshop where he is a Founding Member.

Christina Chiu, curator and co-host of the Pen Parentis Literary Salons, is the author of Troublemaker and Other Saints, (Putnam, 2001). Her work has appeared in numerous Tin House, Charlie Chan is Dead 2, Not the Only One, and Acorn. Her accolades include the Asian American Literary Award. Troublemaker has been translated into German and French. Chiu is one of the Founding members of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. She received her MFA in writing from Columbia University. Chiu is a member of New York Writers Workshop. She also teaches at Hudson Valley Writers Center.  

 

WINTER WRITING WORKSHOPS 

at Goddard Riverside Community Center

 

If you’ve ever wanted feedback on your writing, now’s your chance to get it.  Beginning this January, we offer 6-session writing workshops in Fiction, Non-fiction and Poetry on Mondays and Wednesdays, all headed by dedicated New York Writers Workshop instructors who will help shape your work to where it should be. 

Mondays: January 9, 23, 30, February 6, 13, 27

6:30-8:30 pm

MEMOIR WRITING with Karol Nielsen

This workshop will help the memoir writer find and shape a personal narrative whether a short essay or a book-length memoir. Weekly lectures and in-class exercises will illuminate the elements of storytelling used to write a memoir: structure, characterization, plot, description, dialogue, point-of-view, style, voice, and revision. Works developed in my classes have been published as books and essays with honors in The Best American Essays and elsewhere. I believe in a warm, supportive atmosphere where even the most unformed idea can turn into a work of substance and art. 

     Karol Nielsen worked as a journalist before becoming an author, editor, and writing instructor. Her memoir, Black Elephants (Bison Books, 2011), was selected as a New and Noteworthy Book by Poets & Writers in 2011 and shortlisted for the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing in nonfiction in 2012. Excerpts from her memoir were honored as Notable Essays in The Best American Essays in 2010 and 2005. Her poetry chapbook, This Woman I Thought I’d Be (Finishing Line Press, 2012), includes poems from her full collection, selected as a finalist for the Colorado Prize for Poetry in 2007. She has contributed essays and poems to The Moment: Wild, Poignant, Life-changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous and Obscure (Harper Perennial, 2012), Ink Stained (Ink Stained Press, 2013), and many publications, including Epiphany, Guernica, Lumina, North Dakota Quarterly, Old Red Kimono, Permafrost, RiverSedge, Smith, Used Furniture Review, Women’s Voices for Change, and Woodstock Poetry Society. She teaches writing workshops at New York University and New York Writers Workshop.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/memoir-writing-with-karol-nielsen-tickets-29866737215?aff=es2

WRITING FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS with Laura Geringer-Bass

If you’ve always dreamed of writing a children’s book or a YA novel, this workshop is for you. In a supportive learning environment, share your chapters or picture book texts with fellow writers and with the instructor. Individual critiques and class discussion will help you discover the heart of your story. From time to time, examples of published works will be analyzed and writing prompts will be offered. 

Laura Geringer Bass is the author of 20 books for children and young adults including the bestselling A Three Hat Day, an ALA Notable Book illustrated by Arnold Lobel, a Top Ten featured selection on LeVar Burton’s Reading Rainbow. Her YA fantasy, Sign of the Qin, an ALA Best Book, was shortlisted for the Printz award. Myth Men, her popular series of graphic novels, was adapted by CBS as an animated TV show. She has worked with numerous publishing houses and entertainment studios including HarperCollins, Simon and Schuster, Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin, Hyperion/Disney, Dreamworks, Fox, and CBS. Laura Geringer Books, an award-winning imprint of HarperCollins, sold over fifty million books worldwide, including the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie franchise, and modern day classics by William Joyce, Brian Selznick and others. She has discovered and collaborated with some of the most celebrated authors and artists in the field of children’s books. Laura enjoys helping new and veteran writers with their stories. She is a member of New York Writer’s Workshop.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/writing-for-children-and-young-adults-with-laura-geringer-bass-tickets-29867916743?aff=es2 

Wednesdays: January 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22

6:30-8:30 pm

WRITING THE NOVEL with Tim O’Mara

Whether you’re just getting started, not sure how to get started, or feel you are close to typing that last word, this workshop will provide you with the tools to help make your story ready to show to the publishing world.

Tim O’Mara is the author of four Raymond Donne novels, the latest of which, Nasty Cutter, was published in the fall of 2016 by Severn House. The first three novels were published by St. Martin’s/Minotaur Books to critical acclaim.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/writing-the-novel-with-tim-omara-tickets-29869142409 

POETRY:WRITING FOR OTHERS with Jee Leong Koh

The best poems are first written for ourselves, and then re-written for others. Learn how to write for others while staying true to yourself. Using class exercises, revision aids, and peer feedback, write publication-worthy poems that will resonate with readers.

Jee Leong Koh’s most recent book of poems Steep Tea (Carcanet) was named a Best Book of 2015 by Financial Times and a Finalist by Lambda Literary. He has work featured as Poem of the Week by The Guardian and Split This Rock, and selected for the 2016 Bettering American Poetry anthology. His poetry has been translated into Japanese, Chinese, Russian, and Latvian.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/poetry-writing-for-others-with-jee-leong-koh-tickets-29869923746?aff=es2

Fee: $235.00 for six sessions

Location: Goddard Riverside The Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue at 91st Street

For more information visit:   www.goddard.org/communityarts.org

Or send check to:  Goddard Riverside Community Center

  c/o Susan Macaluso, 647 Columbus Ave, NYC 10025

(Make check payable to: New York Writers Workshop, & indicate which workshop you will attend)

For more information, write newyorkwritersworkshop@gmail.com or communityarts@goddard.org, or call (212)-799-9400, ext 205 

 

Past Offerings: 

1. Person, Place, Prose, Poem: A Writing Intensive (w/Tim Tomlinson)

Person, Place, Prose, Poem focuses on several of the most important components of poetry, fiction, and/or memoir: character, setting, and plot. Exercises, drafts, critique, in a process-oriented workshop.

Sat Jan 28: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sun Jan 29 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Cost: $115 / Max: 25 participants

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/person-place-prose-poem-a-writing-intensive-with-tim-tomlinson-tickets-30441412083

Tim Tomlinson is a co-founder of New York Writers Workshop and co-author of its popular text, The Portable MFA in Creative Writing. His poetry collections Yolanda:  An Oral History in Verse (a chapbook), and Requiem for the Tree Fort I Set on Fire, appeared in 2016. This Is Not Happening to You, a collection of short fiction, will appear in 2017. His work in poetry and prose has been published in China, the Philippines, and in numerous venues in the U.S., including Blue Lyra Review, Caribbean Vistas, Lime Hawk, the Brooklyn Poets Anthology (forthcoming), and in Long Island Noir (Akashic Books). He is a member of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators. He teaches in the Global Liberal Studies Program at New York University.

 

DECEMBER NON-FICTION AND POETRY WEEKEND INTENSIVES

 

Ever wanted to write about your life but didn’t know where to start, or wondered how best to tell a story?  Or to write poetry and find ways to generate ideas for poems?

Spend an afternoon with New York Writers Workshop instructors who can show you how.

 

Saturday Intensives, December 10, 2016, 2-5pm

 

Memoir Intensive: How to Write Truthfully about Your Life, with Donna Minkowitz

The true stories of our lives are often messy and complex. In this two-hour intensive, we will learn to write about our lives using emotion, the five senses, the power of critical thinking, the art of storytelling. Students will get frequent feedback in a supportive atmosphere.

To register:  https://memoirintensive.eventbrite.com

Donna Minkowitz has taught memoir writing for 17 years, at venues including the 92nd Street Y/ Makor, The Kitchen, and the In Our Own Write program. Her recent memoir, Growing Up Golem, was a finalist for both a Lambda Literary Award and the Judy Grahn Nonfiction Award, and she won a Lambda Literary Award for her first memoir, Ferocious Romance. A former columnist at The Village Voice, she has also written for The New York Times Book Review, Salon, New York magazine, Ms. and The Nation.  She is a member of New York Writers Workshop.

 

From the Page to the Stage, with Lisa Kirchner – CANCELLED

Learn how to transform your writing for oral presentations. Whether you’ve got a speech to give, a case to make or want to tell your stories to live audiences, this class will help you understand the differences between the written and spoken word. You’ll come away with tips and tricks for making your story memorable.

Lisa Kirchner is the author of the critically-acclaimed Hello American Lady Creature: What I Learned as a Woman in Qatar (Greenpoint Press). She is a member of New York Writers Workshop and the Florida Literary Arts Commission. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, Budget Travel, Salon.com, and xoJane among numerous other outlets. In her past life she ran international marketing and PR campaigns for The Andy Warhol Museum, Ketchum and the Tribeca Film Festival. Her approach to working with clients includes general wellness, a healthy dose of humor and an insistence on movement. Her yoga has been featured on FOX News, BBC Radio, DNAinfo, and Yahoo!Shine. 

 

Sunday Intensives, December 11, 2016, 2-5pm

 

Writing the Silence, with Jen Fitzgerald

How can we draw from our lives to create art? Poetry and Essay share a cerebral kinship that require a distillation of life. They make their way to the page from the creative center of existence that follows its own synaptic leaps to revelation. But they are born of living.

The human interactions, the brick and mortar, and the witnessing of events all shape our individual and collective consciousness. Writing comes from this space—poetry keeps it primal and essays stretch and contort their paragraph bodies into shapes we can all recognize as part of ourselves. Tap into that primal place in a three-hour intensive workshop with Jen Fitzgerald.

To register: https://writingthesilence.eventbrite.com

Jen Fitzgerald is a poet, essayist, and a native New Yorker who received her MFA in Poetry at Lesley University.  She is the host of New Books in Poetry Podcast, a member of New York Writers Workshop, and was a Bread Loaf 2014 Conference participant. Her first collection of poetry, The Art of Work has been published by Noemi Press in September of 2016. Her writing has been featured on PBS Newshour and Harriet: The Poetry Foundation Blog and in Tin House, Salon, PEN Anthology, Cosmonauts Avenue, among others and is forthcoming at Colorado Review and Public Pool. She is now in the D.C. area and at work on her memoir.

 

Poetry and Prose: Using Works of Art and Music to Inspire us to Write New Work, with Ravi Shankar

This generative workshop will help us appreciate the connections between visual art, music, and literary production. We’ll explore the existing traditions and then embark upon writing new works of poetry and prose inspired by the subject.

To register: https://poetryandprose.eventbrite.com

Ravi Shankar is an award-winning poet, editor, translator, publisher and professor whose more than 10 books include W.W. Norton’s Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from Asia, the Middle East & Beyond and the National Poetry Review Prize winner Deepening Groove. Founding editor of the international online arts journal, Drunken Boat [drunkenboat.com], he teaches with New York Writers Workshop. 

 

Fee: $60 per session

Location: Goddard Riverside The Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue at 91st Street

 

To register online:  visit www.newyorkwritersworkshop.com  or www.goddard.org/communityarts.org

Or send check to:  Goddard Riverside Community Center

  c/o Susan Macaluso, 647 Columbus Ave, NYC 10025

(Make check payable to: New York Writers Workshop, & indicate which workshop you will attend)

For more information, write newyorkwritersworkshop@gmail.com  or

communityarts@goddard.org, or call (212)-799-9400, ext 205

  

Writing The Ten-Minute Play

With  

Emma Goldman-Sherman

 

The Ten-Minute Play is an enormously popular form with many venues across the country producing ten-minute play festivals. It’s a wonderful way to introduce your work to a theatre and start a collaboration. It’s also a form that helps us understand the structure of full-length plays and how to write them. In this 6-week course, you will be guided through many in-class writing exercises to learn about action, character, subtext, dialogue, and especially structure, and you will write several ten-minute plays. The class will culminate in a 7th meeting at a theatre where your work will be read by professional actors.  

 

Section A:

7 Saturdays, October 10 – December 5

2:00 – 5:00 p.m. 

10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/14, 11/21 with a reading 12/5 at 3:00 p.m.

Please note: no class 11/7.

 

Section B:

6 Mondays and 1 Wednesday, October 19 – December 2

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/16, 11/23, 11/30 with a reading 12/2 at 7:00 p.m.

Please note: no class 11/9.

 

LOCATION: Goddard Riverside Community Center

                     647 Columbus Ave (between 91st and 92nd Streets)

Fee: $300 

 

More info or to register: emmagoldmansherman@gmail.com

 

Emma Goldman-Sherman’s play Counting in Sha’ab is running in San Francisco as part of Golden Thread’s ReOrient Festival and Forum. She was named a Risky Playwright by Cutting Ball Theatre the past two years in a row, and her work is currently represented in Smith & Kraus’ Best Monologues for Women 2015. She is a dramaturg for the Great Plains Theatre Conference and the 29th Street Playwrights Collective. Her plays have been produced and/or developed by Take One Productions in London and NYC, All Out Arts, Inc at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, manhattan theatre source, The Women’s Project & Productions, New Georges, the Circle Rep Lab, Theatre Conspiracy, and the Ensemble Studio Theatre’s LA Project. She earned her MFA from the University of Iowa and is a member of New York Writers Workshop, LPTW, LMDA, and The Dramatists Guild.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Memoir Writing Workshop in BrooklynTyping Wikimedia

This eight-week workshop focuses on craft, especially on using emotion, sensory details, and storytelling in your short and long memoir pieces. Students will get frequent feedback in a supportive atmosphere. Class size is limited to eight.

Wednesday evenings starting September 23, 7 to 9 PM

Goes until November 11.

Location: Windsor Terrace/Kensington, Brooklyn, near the F/G stop at Fort Hamilton Parkway.

Instructor: Donna Minkowitz. Fee: $300

To register, please contact Donna Minkowitz at growingupgolem@gmail.com

For more information: http://donnaminkowitz.com/fall-memoir-workshop-in-brooklyn/

Donna Minkowitz has taught memoir writing for 17 years, at venues including the 92nd Street Y, The Kitchen, the JCC of the Upper West Side, the In Our Own Write project, and the World Fellowship Center. Her recent memoir, Growing Up Golem: How I Survived My Mother, Brooklyn, and Some Really Bad Dates, was a finalist for both a Lambda Literary Award and the Judy Grahn Nonfiction Award. Her first memoir, Ferocious Romance, won a Lammie. A former feature writer at The Village Voice, she has also written for The New York Times book review, Salon, New York Magazine, Ms. Magazine, and The Nation.

 

 
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New York Writers Workshop helping teens through the Andrew Glover Youth Project

New York Writers Workshop is involved in an ongoing series of workshops at the Andrew Glover Youth Project, located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and in East Harlem. AGYP is a not-for-profit organization that helps inner city kids in trouble with the law. NYWW offers creative writing workshops in detention centers to enable these kids to articulate and reflect upon their experiences through poems, stories, and essays. The workshops are one more way that NYWW pursues its mission to serve New York City’s many communities, and to empower everyone to tell their stories.

 

Great Workshops, Great Prices

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DON’T MISS APWT’s Manila conference creative writing and editing workshops with some of the region’s best writers, which we are offering at fabulous bargain prices.

For just US$50 (for non Filipino residents) and US$40 for our Filipino hosts, you can work with ROBIN HEMLEY, XU XI, TIM TOMLINSON, RAVI SHANKAR, DAVID CARLIN and FRANCESCA RANDEL-SHORT, or SALLY BREEN. Find details about the workshops here: http://apwriters.org/workshops-in-manila/

 

 
 
 
 

NEW YORK WRITERS WORKSHOP presents

WRITING WORKSHOPS @ MID-MANHATTAN LIBRARY

June 2016

 
Tuesday, June 7, 7:00 pm—8:30 pmNew York Writers Workshop presents: How to Write About Your Lifewith Donna Minkowitz
Memoir writers sometimes worry whether their experiences are universal enough to interest others. But though people’s lives can differ greatly, human feelings and needs are universal. We’ll explore ways to use emotion, our five senses, and creative insight to craft memoir pieces any reader can identify with. Donna Minkowitz has taught memoir writing since 1998, at venues including the 92nd Street Y, The Kitchen, and the JCC of the Upper West Side. Her recent memoir Growing Up Golem was a finalist for both a Lambda Literary Award and for the Judy Grahn Nonfiction Award, and Minkowitz won a Lambda Literary Award for her first memoir, Ferocious Romance. Minkowitz has also written for the New York Times Book Review, Salon, and The Nation, and she is the restaurant critic for Gay City News. She is a member of New York Writers Workshop.

 

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Donna Minkowitz
 
 
Tuesday, June 14, 7:00-8:30 pm. New York Writers Workshop presents: Creating Graphic Novels with Alissa Torres
 Explore the powerful genre of the graphic novel.  Please bring a notebook (preferably unlined), and pens or pencils with erasers. Alissa Torres is the author of AMERICAN WIDOW (art by Sungyoon Choi), a graphic novel memoir, about her experiences as a 9/11 widow and new mother. She has written many personal essays and articles for publications including salon.com.  Her book was listed as a New York Times Editors’ Choice and was an award finalist for the 2008 Books for a Better Life – First Books Category.  She has served as judge for Random House Foundation, Inc. Creative Writing Competition and is a non-practicing attorney and with an M.A/ABD in Comparative Literature from New York University and a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Michigan. Alissa is a member of New York Writers Workshop.

 

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Alissa Torres
 
 
Tuesday, June 21, 7:00-8:30 pm. New York Writers Workshop presents: How to Create a Compelling Character with Susan Breen
Everything you want to know about writing, just about, begins with creating a character who intrigues people. So how do you go about doing that? Susan Breen’s new mystery, Maggie Dove, will be published by Random House Alibi in June 2016. Her stories have been published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and Best American NonRequired Reading and her debut novel, The Fiction Class, was published by Penguin.  She is a member of New York Writers Workshop.

 

 
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Susan Breen
 
Tuesday, June 28, 7:00-8:30 pm. New York Writers Workshop presents: From the Page to the Stage with Lisa Kirchner
Learn how to transform your writing for oral presentations. Whether you’ve got a speech to give, a case to make or want to tell your stories to live audiences, this class will help you understand the differences between the written and spoken word. You’ll come away with tips and tricks for making your story memorable. Lisa Kirchner is the author of the critically-acclaimed Hello American Lady Creature: What I Learned as a Woman in Qatar (Greenpoint Press). She is a member of the New York Writers Workshop and the Florida Literary Arts Commission. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, Budget Travel, Salon.com, and xoJane among numerous other outlets. In her past life she ran international marketing and PR campaigns for The Andy Warhol Museum, Ketchum and the Tribeca Film Festival. Her approach to working with clients includes general wellness, a healthy dose of humor and an insistence on movement. Her yoga has been featured on FOX News, BBC Radio, and DNAinfo, and Yahoo!Shine. 

 

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Lisa Kirchner