Winter’s Deep Peace Practice: Yoga Nidra and Writing: Give yourself the gift of deep rest and soulful integration. Spend a morning relaxing into the guided meditation practice of yoga nidra paired with a supportive writing practice. Invite body and mind to let go of your “to do” list and rest in the present moment. Yoga […]
Writing To Heal: A Six-Week Series for Women: Let go of the losses that keep you from living your best life. Whether the end of a relationship, death of a loved one or life transition, loss comes in many forms and requires our attention. In the safety of a small group, nurture your creativity, cultivate […]
Have you ever thought about writing a memoir? We are delighted to have Catharine Murray, author of Now You See the Sky, join us to lead a workshop on Writing the Stories of your Life. This workshop is open to anyone who wants to write and has a story they want to tell. No prior experience or […]
Catharine H. Murray (author of Now You See the Sky) will teach a Memoir Workshop at the Lewiston Public Library. This event is free and open to the public.
Memoirs and Loss with Suzanne Farrell Smith, author of The Memory Sessions, and Catharine H. Murray, author of Now You See the Sky. This event is free and open to the public.
Making Their Debut: Goat Hill Writers presents three debut writers – Catharine Murray (Now You See the Sky), Nisha Sharma (My So-Called Bollywood Life), and A. K Small (upcoming Bright Burning Stars) – in a lively discussion with Ann Hood. This event is free to attend, but registration and tickets are required: https://providenceathenaeum.org/calendar/making-their-debut/ […]
LIVES IN UPHEAVAL: MEMOIRS: Authors Judy Goldman (Together) and Catharine Murray (Now You See the Sky) discuss lives overturned by illness, mishap, grief, and how one survives and continues to live and love.
The Portland Public Library will be conducting a ‘lunch and learn’ reading of Now You See The Sky by Catharine H. Murray.
Featured: Black Interest
- So Much Things to Say: 100 Poets from the First Ten Years of the Calabash International Literary Festival
- A History of the African-American People (Proposed) by Strom Thurmond, as told to Percival Everett & James Kincaid (A Novel)
- The Freedom Artist
- Loving Donovan
- Lost Canyon
- An Unkindness of Ghosts
- Move the Crowd: A Children’s Picture Book
- Globetrotter & Hitler’s Children
- A River Called Time
- Mr. Loverman