Carolyn Brigit Flynn is a writer dedicated to language as a pathway to soul and spirit. As an artist, writer, educator and healer, she infuses her work with the intention to serve the spirits of healing for humanity and the earth. As a teacher, she provides a powerful container for writers to generate new work from the depth of their souls.
She is the author of the poetry collection Communion: In Praise of the Sacred Earth, published Spring 2014 by White Cloud Press. She had edited two collections of poetry and prose by women, Sisters Singing and The New Story: Creation Myth s for Our Times. Her poems and essays have appeared in literary journals and anthologies nationwide, including Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, The Pedestal Magazine, Porter Gulch Review, Black Buzzard Review, Intimate Kisses: The Poetry of Sexual Pleasure, Inside Grief: Death, Loss and Bereavement and New to North America.
Carolyn lives near the ocean in California with her wife, the poet Jean Mahoney. She teaches writing groups, and facilitates writing retreats in the Santa Cruz Mountains and in Ireland Her website is www.carolynbrigitflynn.com