[Editor’s note: Sometimes I teach a class for Women on Writing that I call “Writing is a Friend with Extraordinary Benefits.” The following essay by Katherine Clarke is reprinted with permission of the author, is an example of what happens in this class — one writer’s words offering extraordinary benefits for each of us who write.] Like many people … Continue reading →
About Katherine Clarke
Katherine Clarke began writing from personal experience after more than 30 years as a professor of pastoral care and counseling and several leadership positions in higher education. Accustomed to understanding and representing the perspective of others, she now delights in speaking for herself. Katherine recently fled New England winters to make her home in Sarasota, FL and writes happily in the sunshine.