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Free Verse.

Authentic Storytelling. Poetry as Pilgrimage. Going deeper with God.

BOOKS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

POETRY DRAWS ON THE MEANING OF LIFE

POETRY AS PILGRIMAGE. A gentle way to probe, unpack our stories, tell them well and affirm how far we’ve come, by God’s grace. Poetry frames the moment, serves as a place marker. A guidepost for the journey. I have several books of poetry available on Amazon, if you’d like to go deeper.

BOOK A WORKSHOP/SPEAKER

MEETING TOGETHER IS A FELT GOOD

ORIGINAL IDEAS shared in community is a wonderful way to frame our stories, feel heard & discover and our voice in a spiritually-authentic context. WORKSHOPS are available in person and on-line.

ONLINE RETREAT/COURSE AVAILABLE
The Power of Authentic Storytelling, Nine Sessions with handouts


CONTACT ME

DAYNA MAZZUCA – hello@daynamazzuca.com

FREE VERSE is about approaching the canvas of life in a way that affirms the journey we’re on and frames the stories of our life with God and each other. It’s about personal development, creative expression and spiritual growth. It’s about finishing well and giving back.


Find a quiet place, use a humble pen.

Paul Simon

The spiritual journey leads upward. Takes us forward. Stretches and challenges us. Causes us to dig deeper into the life of faith, to finish well. To know God longs to share his heart for us, with us each STEP OF THE WAY.

About Me

I work from home, which is mostly restful and allows me to enter into the ideas and writings I feel called to explore and share in this season of life.

I bring a formal background in Philosophy (BA), Journalism (JA), Poetry and Spiritual Formation to my writing, reading and speaking. In other words, I love words!

Get In Touch

  • hello@daynamazzuca.com
  • (403) 858-1018

Please note I am not available on Wednesdays or Fridays. Thanks!

Where I am

Living with my family of four in Sylvan Lake, Central Alberta, Canada. Within view of the Rocky Mountains and thoughts of the Pacific Ocean we’ve also called home over the years, being semi-nomadic at best.

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