Standing in our complete intersectional truth is an act of resilience and resistance that is a part of self-care. Join Lydia K. Valentine, a Black autistic woman who lives with situational mutism, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and proprioception dysfunction, in a poetry workshop exploring the work of poets living with disability and chronic illness, and writing your own work doing the same.
- Registration required. REGISTER HERE.
- This is a 75-minute, virtual workshop held on January 15, 2022, at 11 a.m.
- This is a free workshop, though donations are welcome.
- Workshop capacity is limited to 20 participants
About the Facilitator
Lydia K. Valentine is a playwright and poet, director and dramaturg, editor and educator. Her proudest accomplishment, though, is being a mom to two creative, intelligent, and caring individuals and activists. In her own writing and the projects to which she contributes through Lyderary Ink, Lydia seeks to amplify the voices of those who are often stifled, ignored, and marginalized in what has been the accepted narrative of the United States. Lydia’s first poetry collection, Brief Black Candles, was published in November 2020 by Not a Pipe Publishing.