Creative Writing – Home Sweet Home
From prehistoric eras humankind has sought shelter and protection from the danger of wild animals, tribal enemies and the destructive power of the elements. Psychologically human beings also need a place of emotional security, privacy and rest. Certain animals make dens for their periods of hibernation. We shall discuss the variety of homes people have created from the earliest cave dwellers, nomads using tents and yurts to the castles and palaces symbols of power and wealth.
We shall discuss what we want from a home, create our own ideal home and explore our need for a spiritual home with reference to the writings of medieval mystics such as Julian of Norwich.
Experienced writers and beginners alike are welcome to this day in a supportive and friendly atmosphere in the lovely setting of Dillington House and grounds.
Elizabeth Rapp is a graduate teacher with experience in both state and independent education. She has been leading creative writing and study days for some years in a wide variety of venues in the UK. She is a published poet and her fourth collection “What are the trees telling me” was published by Poetry Space Ltd in 2015.
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