Move Your Pen and Open Your Mind

Small, seriously fun memoir classes in Boulder, Denver & afield

About Lisa

In 2003, I wrote a story for Smithsonian magazine that changed my life. It was a profile of the most astonishing person I’ve ever met — Stanford Addison, a quadriplegic Northern Arapaho horse gentler and traditional healer who lived on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. His place became my second home for nearly [more…]

Fall classes

I’m offering two 12-week classes, a couple of two-day intensives in October, AND a couple of early September freebie sample classes so you can see what I’m up to, risk free. My classes are generative in nature (ie: they’re not workshopping or polishing classes; they’re designed to open the floodgates of your creativity and allow your story [more…]

Q&A

Forget about being clever or educated or persuasive or having a great vocabulary. Quit trying to look so cheerful, so victorious, so worthy. Become a humble servant of your own truth, and your writing will become a vital force for healing, because once our truths are known and witnessed and no one in the room [more…]