Rhonda Zimlich facilitates writing workshops, teaches writing at American University, and contributes to a lively literary community along the eastern seaboard (as a recent transplant from the Pacific Northwest). She is a reader for The Maine Review and guides writers and creative folks through Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. She also hosts one-off workshops with specific topics such as accessing your emotional story and world-building. Lately, Rhonda is obsessed with the book Wonderworks, by Angus Fletcher. Rhonda has published several short stories and essays while completing her novel manuscript Raising Panic, a coming-of-age tale about two young girls who witness the 1978 PSA crash in San Diego, California. She is currently working on a memoir about running eight marathons after her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
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