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Project Lulu in the media

Lake Time Magazine published a beautiful 3-page article, an interview with our founder, Lisa McKhann. See page 16. March, 2017.

KUMD's Northland Morning host, Lisa Johnson, interviews Project Lulu director Lisa McKhann about online journaling groups, Reflecting Pools. May 24, 2016 (6 min. audio)

Harvest Arts Fundraiser at Hartley Nature Center included a visit from Fox 21 news! Nov. 8, 2015

Fox 21 TV's "Writing Group Helps Patients Express Feelings" story of our new Reflecting Pools for patients and caregivers living with stroke, Parkinson's ALS and other debilitating conditions. Oct. 28, 2015.

KUMD's Northland Morning host Lisa Johnson interviewed Project Lulu director Lisa McKhann about bringing live actors reading cancer survivor stories into a women's health seminar at Essentia Health, Oct. 15, 2015.

Video of the full staged reading (~20 minutes) of Good To Get It Out, performed at Essentia Health's Women's Health Seminar, Oct. 3, 2015.

The PlayList on WDSE-TV, public television, featured Project Lulu director Lisa McKhann among its series on regional artists. The interview includes clips from the mixed-art performance, Sounding Duluth. It aired Feb. 19, 2015

Duluth News Tribune "Finding freedom from cancer in the pages of a journal," Jan. 10, 2015

"Connecting cancer patients and caregivers in the digital age," Duluth Budgeteer News, Jan. 11, 2015

Duluth News Tribune 'Health Notes' announcement, "Arts program for cancer patients offered in Grand Rapids," Sept. 6, 2014

Lisa's editorial of her story, "Grateful to offer Arts Express," Grand Rapids Herald Review, Sept. 6, 2014

Grand Rapids Herald-Review article, "The Reflecting Pools of Project Lulu" July 9, 2014, by Nathan Bergstedt.

Blandin on Broadband blog post, “Online Reflecting Pools: Online journaling tool for health and community,” June 18, 2014, by Ann Treacy.

KBJR 6 News TV story, “Cancer survivor creates website to help other survivors reflect,” March 22, 2014, about the origins of our Reflecting Pools, by Kati Anderson.

Minnesota Medicine article, “Healing Through Reflective Writing: Breast Cancer Survivors' Experience,” July 2013, co-authored by Project Lulu director Lisa McKhann.

Essentia Health newsletter article, "EIRH partners with cancer survivor on journaling study," June 2012, Daily Dose.

Fox 21 News TV story, "Breast Cancer Stories Told through Anonymous Duluth Reading", coverage of our October 2011 staged reading of breast cancer survivor writings.

View Lisa McKhann leading lively mass movement "Scissors, Paper, Rock," on YouTube with audience from Arts Intersect, Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, MN.

Lisa's personal essay, "The Welcome Basket," was first published in Upon Arrival of Illness: Coming to Terms with the Dark Companion, an anthology of the Kelly Kulhane Prize Essays published by Savage Press, 2012. In July 2014, an abbreviated version of "The Welcome Basket" was reprinted in Minnesota Women's Press magazine."