Julieta Corpus’ work has been included in various poetry compilations, such as Writing to Be Heard: Voices from the Chicho, STC’s Interstice, and four Valley International Poetry Festival Boundless Anthologies, The Thing Itself, and the Texas Poetry Calendar. Her latest pride and joy is a compact disc titled: Corazon Parlante, a compilation of twelve love poems with musical accompaniment by local musician Mario Mora from Dulce Toxico. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Texas Rio Grande in May 2016. Julieta is a bilingual translator and hosts poetry events throughout the Rio Grande Valley since 2009.
Writing About Grief
Tuesdays – 6:00pm to 8:00pm | Start Date: Oct 16, 2018 | End Date: Nov 20, 2018
At some point in our lives, we all have lost a loved one or experienced grief for other reason or reasons. Most of us deal with it as best as we can. The goal for this workshop is to give a voice to the pent up grief you are carrying from a recent loss or from a tragic event that happened years ago. Remember, grief does not have a timeline. You do NOT need to have any experience writing poetry. I will guide you through every step. Nor will you be asked to share your writings unless you choose to do so. I wish to build a safe place where we can explore our emotions through a variety of poetic forms.