ONLINE Junk Journaling
Junk journaling is a flexible, exploratory type of journaling that can help you explore new ideas and concepts, reflect on your creative work, and process the unpredictable times we live in. This 2 hour micro workshop will help you start a junk journal and give you different prompts and skills to keep it going. Printables will be provided.
This is an interactive online class using the Zoom web platform.
Erin Emily Ann Vance is the author of the novel Advice for Taxidermists and Amateur Beekeepers (Stonehouse, 2019) and the poetry collections The Sorceress Who Left Too Soon(Coven Editions, 2019) and A History of Touching (Guernica, 2022). She holds a masters degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Calgary and studies Irish Folklore and Ethnology at University College Dublin. Erin teaches a variety of subjects to students of all ages through the Alexandra Writers Centre Society and is co-host of the podcast Femmes Macabres. She lives in rural Alberta with her dog and partner. Find out more: www.erinvance.