March 12, 2104
Mark Brady, PhD, reveals the neuroscience behind some of the challenges of writing when he speaks at this months’s meeting of the Whidbey Island Writers Association from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, March 20. He will also explore the possibility that writing can be Big Medicine for those who can stomach it.
Mark is a neuroscience educator and writer who, along with friends, co-founded the Children’s Grief Program at Kara, a public service agency in Palo Alto. He is a long-time member of the graduate research faculty at Sofia University and writes a weekly column on social neuroscience (The Flowering Brain).
The prize-winning author of a number of books, magazine articles and academic papers, Mark’s most recent titles are: “Safe and Secure: A Guide to Parenting with the Brain in Mind” and “A Father’s Book of Listening.” He is currently working on a new book offering prescriptions for helping children escape childhood unscathed.
The meeting will be held at the Old Bayview School at 5611 Bayview Rd. at Bayview Corner, off Highway 525.
WIWA members are admitted at no charge; admission for nonmembers is $5. Please register here.
For further information, click wiwa.nila.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-331-0307.