Author, teacher, mentorMarge Pellegrino jumped out of business and into writing world in 1984. Passionate about sharing the power she’s found in words, Marge leads writers of all ages in workshops that invite them to think in new ways and discover their own voices.
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Exquisite Corps Poems written in the Dress Matters gallery at Tucson Museum of Art, 11/12/17 by a Pima County Public Library writing workshop First lines from an Owl & Panther poem inspired by the same art After Nick Cave’s Soundsuit, 2006 … Continue reading
Excited about the new book with Marianna Neil and art by Aida Algosaibi-Stoklos. 11/18 we’ll be at Southside Presbyterian to celebrate John Fife’s 50th ordination anniversary with the book! On 11/20 we’ll have a chance to show the original art … Continue reading
June, July, and August I’ll be serving as the Writer-in-Residence! Tuesdays at Woods, Thursday at Nanini. Call either branch for an appointment. And I’m excited about these upcoming workshops! * Haiku / Senryu on 6/14 at Arivaca and 6/15 at Woods Library … Continue reading
Process-over-Product writing grew from a collaboration of expressive arts and anthropology. In these five workshops, you’ll experience a variety of prompts that ask you to observe in thick description, devise questions you’ll work to answer, revisit your writing to better … Continue reading
Missing You: Honoring Loss and Resilience in South Tucson Read more from Readings & Workshops Blog A blog from: The Staff of Poets & Writers Posted by RW Blogger on 11.28.16 Teaching artist Marge Pellegrino recently led a series of … Continue reading
May 27, Gratitude, Green Valley, 2pm, kids of all ages June 2, Four Fabulous Found Poems, Main, 10am to noon, teens June 8th, Gratitude, 1pm, at Arivaca Community Center, all ages June 14, I Remember, 11am- noon, Wilmot Library for … Continue reading
Nov. 10th, HAIKU! at Martha Cooper Library, 3:30-4:30 pm, all ages, free and Nov 12, Write On! in Tucson Museum of Art’s Museum as Sanctuary Gallery 10-NoonPutting words on the page supports resilience and mindfulness. Bring along your curiosity and … Continue reading
The Healing Art of Journaling I’ve always known that writers work with magic. What else could account for words that kept me turning pages and devouring stories? They had to be magic if they could create a poem with the … Continue reading
Sept 10 FOUND POEMS, Woods Memorial Library, 3pm, all ages Sept 21 ALTERED BOOKS, Dewhirst-Catalina Library, 10:30am-12:30pm adults and teens Oct 15 I REMEMBER, Quincie Douglas Library, 3-4 pm, all ages Nov 10 HAIKU, Martha Cooper, 3:30-4:30 pm, all ages
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