WRITER. FRANCOPHILE. C-PTSD SURVIVOR.
“You never know when rage has run its course. There is no ending bell, no time constraint. It exists on its own terms, flooding the space with uncertain finality. Rage is infinite, like sky.”
Small Towns Make Me Nervous; Bright Bones: Contemporary Montana Writing
Upcoming Event: Montana Book Festival
Trauma as Backbone; Strengthening Communities of Adversity with Creative Writing
Citing benefits from science-based initiatives of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), panelists will share their experiences of teaching creative writing to facilitate self-expression and strengthen in-need and underrepresented communities in and around Montana.
Join me in conversation with Sheryl Noethe, Barry Maxwell, and Nicole Gomez on Sunday, September 18, 2022. 1:00 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Montana Book Festival website.
DID YOU KNOW?
THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF PTSD IS SEXUAL ASSAULT.
PTSD AFFECTS 10% OF WOMEN AND 4% OF MEN.
70% OF ADULTS WILL EXPERIENCE PTSD IN THEIR LIFETIME.
TRAUMA IS A HUMAN EXPERIENCE.
YOU’RE HERE BECAUSE YOU HAVE A HEART.
Cultures influence how we respond to trauma. Victims and survivors of abuse often feel ostracized and ashamed of their experience. I’m here to share my journey, because censorship only perpetuates shame. Together, we can live and love beyond the silence.