The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema | Alexandra Donavan On the Intersection Between Poetry, Chaplaincy and Hospice
Alexandra Donavan On the Intersection Between Poetry, Chaplaincy and Hospice
In this week’s episode, Saul and Joe talk with Alexandra Donovan. Alexandra is a poet, teacher, hospice chaplain, workshop and retreat leader, and grant-writer based in the Los Angeles, CA, and Fort Collins, CO areas. Her first chapbook, Mother Stump, is now available from Yak Press.
Alexandra has taught for California Poets in the Schools, Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Direction, Motherless Daughters of the San Gabriel Valley, and for a number of churches, community centers, and other organizations. She has had poetry and prose published in Ruminate, Gyroscope Review, Pirene's Fountain, Selfish Magazine, Presence Journal, Poets Reading the News, and others. Alexandra received the Summer 2018 Denver Lighthouse Writers Workshop Fort Lyon Fellowship, an incredible opportunity to teach classes at the Fort Lyon Residential Community in Las Animas, Colorado.