Clare Rosenfield, LCSW, is an artist, poet, writer, harpist, former French teacher, retired social worker and teacher of meditation. She also has a long connection to Woods Hole and will speak and read from her poems and prose work at Woods Hole Public Library on Monday, August 21, at 6:30 PM.
Ms. Rosenfield is a prolific writer and illustrator. Her work includes Ninsun: Wise Mother of Gilgamesh, a sequel to the ancient epic of Gilgamesh that she was inspired to write because she did not like the ending of the original, and The Call of Mother Earth: How a Being of Light Draws Forth Humanity’s Response, a verse narrative of how Mother Earth is healed back into strength by heart-felt expressions of love and appreciation. One of Ms. Rosenfield’s many poetry collections is titled Tall Grasses of Woods Hole & Other Summery Poems, which will surely delight all those listeners who love Woods Hole as she does. In addition to her many interests and talents, Ms. Rosenfield is also known as “the Nana who raps instead of naps,” and is looking forward to sharing a few of her raps with her audience.
Drawing upon years of experience integrating therapeutic and spiritual approaches from East and West, Ms. Rosenfield shares her deep love and care for the planet and all of life in her poetry and essays. She is currently the Director/President of the Global Healing Foundation founded by the late Jacques Tombazian after 9/11 for healing the planet, each other, and the world with meditations and gatherings.