S1:E5 “You Know How I Feel,” serial fiction and featured column, Corporeal.
S1:E4 “Pathétique,” Corporeal.
S1:E3 “Moonlight,” Corporeal.
S1: E1 “Lock Her Up, Corporeal.
These Days, essay and featured column, Corporeal.
You are the Rest of Us, Corporeal.
Over Everything, Corporeal.
Test Tank, Corporeal.
You say, write something hopeful, Corporeal.
Make a little birdhouse in your soul, essay and featured column, Corporeal.
You Can Do Anything, essay and featured column, Corporeal (Corporeal Writing).
Still Gonna Do (#ShePersisted), The Manifest-Station.
The Right to Bare Arms, ENTROPY Magazine.
About Leigh Hopkins
Leigh Hopkins is a writer, speaker, and educator. In 2010, she left a career in social policy and education reform to move to Brazil. There, she launched a retreat center and founded Viva Institute by rigging a satellite dish to a boulder in a banana field.
Leigh is the Curator of “Corporeal Clamor,” and you can read her monthly column on bestselling-author Lidia Yuknavitch’s site, Corporeal Writing. Her essays have been published in Elephant Journal, ENTROPY Magazine, The Manifest-Station, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Viva Institute, and at LeighHereNow. Leigh lives in Philadelphia with her wife, a painter, and their jittery Jack Russell Terrier.