“Give yourself a voice”
one with Carolyn Rowell and the other with Janice LaDuke. Working in a group of writers gives us self-confidence; it’s very positive. And we learn about each other and from each other; it becomes a community. A writing group encourages a deep comradery among the writers.”
After reading Marjorie’s powerful and evocative The Storm in Taproot V, a poem that brought me right back to the ice storm of 1998, I wasn’t surprised to hear that this poet is most inspired by nature. “I try to open the door for people to see nature in a different way. I also like to write about human nature. But reading poetry is what really gets me going; that really inspires me,” said Ms. Bruhmuller.
“I encourage everyone to take time out of your busy life to write, to give yourself a voice and engage with others who enjoy learning more about themselves and others.”
Taproot V, which features the poetry of about a dozen Townshippers, can be found at the Expressions Boutique of Townshippers’ Association, in Lennoxville.