Author archive for Unspoken Ink Creative Writing Group

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    I Look At The Ground Now

    Check out this response to the prompt by Laura P during our Unspoken Ink Writing Workshop. A beautiful…

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    Not Broken. Not Mending.

    How would you respond to the writing prompt of a tattoo of a needle and thread sewing up a…

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    Your Task Is Not To Seek For Love…

    A complicated thing, self-love after young adult cancer. Megs tackles a tough topic in response to a prompt during…

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    Be My Companion

    Megs responds to the prompt ‘Companion’ during the Spring session of our Unspoken Ink: Young Adult Cancer Creative Writing…

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    What Is It Like To Carry A Child?

    How would you respond to the writing prompt, ‘Ovary Suppression’? Check out this piece from our Unspoken Ink Writing Workshop.

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    The Last Seven Days

    A piece of love and loss from the same ‘Everybody has a moment’ prompt as we’ve shared before from…

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    The Little Things

    The little things are often bigger than we give them credit for. There’s triumph in getting out of bed…

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    Silence Of Life

    A beautiful piece from our Unspoken Ink Writing Group. “What’s amazing is when you pause and embrace the silence.”…

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    Infertility

    Young adult cancer brings about staggering changes in the lives of survivors and for many, this includes infertility. …

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    Imagine

    Megs responds to the writing prompt, “imagine,” during our most recent Unspoken Ink Young Adult Cancer Creative Writing Group…

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