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Friday Facts Interview with Carol Henderson

Friday Facts Interview with Carol Henderson

Carol Henderson is a writer, teacher, and workshop leader who has taught writing in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. She has published two memoirs, written widely for magazines and newspapers for the past 25 years, and edited several memoirs and essay collections.

Her first memoir, Losing Malcolm: A Mother’s Journey Through Grief (University Press of Mississippi, 2001), was chosen as a must-read memoir by USA Today.  She has also coached writers one-on-one and has helped many authors find publishers for their memoirs.

Since 2002, she has led ongoing workshops and retreats for those living with grief and loss.  See her book Farther Along: The Writing Journey of Thirteen Bereaved Mothers (Willowdell Books, 2012). She has trained support services staff all over the country (and has written a supporting guidebook) to integrate restorative writing into the hospice environment. She also leads ongoing creative nonfiction workshops as well as writing workshops for those living with chronic illness. She teaches in medical centers, faith and civic communities, colleges, and retreat centers all over the country.

For more about Carol Henderson: www.carolhenderson.com

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