A Monthly Workshop Exploring how Octavia Butler's Vision Helps Us Create Survival Strategies, Creative Inspiration and Tools for Building Community
A religion scholar, minister, mental health advocate and Professor of Africana Studies at University of Delaware. She writes and teaches about theologies based on change and liberation.
Monica A. Coleman
Award-winning visionary novelist OCTAVIA BUTLER was one of the most important Science Fiction writers of the 20th century
Octavia E. Butler
American Book Award-winning author, a screenwriter and a lecturer in the Department of African-American Studies at UCLA. She wrote the afterword to The Bloomsbury Handbook to Octavia E. Butler (2020).
These are uncertain times. A global pandemic is affecting us all. And it's affecting us in different ways. Insomnia. Anxiety. Grief. Hopelessness. Aches. Pains.
We love the life lessons in Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower: self-sufficiency, self-love, empathy, hope, leadership
Are you looking for tactics to thrive?
A sense of community?
More interaction with Monica and Tananarive?.
I'm a writer and it's still hard for me to put into words how life-giving this community has been for me. I have benefitted personally, professionally, even spiritually. In a time of confusion, they have offered insight. In a time of struggle, they have offered inspiration. In a time of doubt, they have been a source of hope.
We will host the workshop once a month. The time, date and log on link is emailed to workshop participants
Yes, we have a protected platform where you can watch or re-watch the workshops
While you can cancel at anytime, with the digital nature of this product, we do not offer refunds.