Writing one’s way through grief is a process that helps us integrate our loss into our interior life. Writing about loss, we face life without the physical presence of someone we loved dearly. Having written a memoir about the loss of my son and teaching an online class called “Writing Grief” for those who want … Continue reading →
About Cora Goss-Grubbs
Cora Goss-Grubbs' poems and essays aired on public radio and appear in Pontoon 10, Calyx, Between the Lines, hipMama, and Literary Mama. She is a Hedgebrook alumna and 2003 Jack Straw Productions writer-in-residence. Her essay Tethered appears in She's Shameless: Women Write About Growing Up, Rocking Out, and Fighting Back.