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Deborah Greenhut

SPEAK: Grief

Deborah Greenhut earned her B.A. in English from Middlebury College then a PhD from Rutgers University. Her poems and cultural reviews have appeared in print and online at www.oobr.com, medium.com, and Red Booth Review. Her way-off Broadway production of "Difficult Subjects," was selected for the Best Plays of the Strawberry Festival, Volume 2. A multi-genre work, How I Live. With Terror,developed as an artist-in-residence at 92 Street Y/Makor, appeared in www.Zeek.net. In 2017, she received the Princemere Poetry Prize. The Hoarder's Wife is her debut novel, published by Woodhall Press in 2022. In her professional life, she has served academic, corporate, and nonprofit professionals throughout North America, and in Western Europe. Following several experiences in family caregiving, she became a Life Coach, Caregiver Advocate, and Listening Artist sharing her interpersonal and keynoting skills to lighten the burden of caregivers. A New York transplant, Deborah lives in New Jersey.

All Sessions by Deborah Greenhut

7:05 pm - 8:15 pm
Launchpad Five One Six - The Studio

SPEAKers: Act 1

Act 1 of SPEAK: Grief features 6 incredible talks. (click the photo to read their bio)
🎤 LEANN HOYE: “The Truth of Regret”
🎤 DEBORAH GREENHUT: “Grief: The Unraveling”
🎤 CALVIN D. SUN: “ Grief Is a Journey, Not a Destination”
🎤 SHERI-ANN BEST “Quiet Coincidence”
🎤 MONIQUE DENTON: “The Assignment”
🎤 JOANNA FORMONT: “The Shoulds of Grief”