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Proprioceptive Writing with Kaitlin Briggs, Ed.D.

“When I Write Proprioceptively, I Forge a Path to a Deeper, Creative Self”: Certain spots draw us to them. When there, we feel alive, at peace and exalted, ready to engage our creative capacities and to explore what holds us back. The Proprioceptive Writing method brings this material out in the open, breaks up these blocks, and forges a path to a deeper creative self.

As the Celtic winds clear the air, Anam Cara, our tranquil sanctuary in the magical west-of-Ireland, invites such reflection and discovery. Artists, poets, aspiring and accomplished writers, non-writers alike find a PW retreat to be an uncommon event.

Retreat Dates and Registration

  1. Retreat Dates
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Workshop Retreat Dates

Arrival: 28th April 2018
Departure: 5th May 2018

Information and Registration

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Kaitlin Briggs

Kaitlin Briggs

Kaitlin Briggs, Ed. D., Adjunct Faculty member of the Proprioceptive Writing Center, has been an Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies in the University of Maine System, now retired. For some two decades, she incorporated PW into her well-known Honors Program seminar “Thinking and Writing in Honors: Focus on the Essay/Writing as a Path to Self and World” as well as her Arts & Humanities courses such as “Women and Creativity” and  “Thinking and Writing/Writing and Healing: The Literature of Personal Disaster.”

She has also published several peer-reviewed academic essays and book chapters about teaching this writing process. Inspired by her last year's teaching at Anam Cara, she is currently writing a book about writing

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