We are delighted to announce the first of our Summer/Autumn programme!
Writer and film-maker Kate Brown will be teaching The Novel a 7-week evening workshop. This workshop is suitable for those who are currently writing a novel, or those who have an idea, but don’t know where to start!
To book your place contact email@example.com
After a successful European tour we are bringing our KICKSTART YOUR WRITING workshop home! If you’re struggling with getting words down onto the page, stuck with a project, or just can’t seem to make the time for writing, come along for this two-day bootcamp that promises to get you back on track.
Join tutors Victoria Gosling and Jane Flett on the 30th and 31st July at KLAK Verlag to revitilise your writing!
Further information can be found here, to sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for our last Sunday Salon before September, when we’ll be in the company of award-winning author and pig thief, Julian Gough. From 7:30pm at Galander Bar, Kreuzberg, we’ll be talking about the weird differences, and similarities, in writing for five-year-olds (Rabbit’s Bad Habits), and thriller fans (Connect, coming out early 2017).
Not only this, Julian will also be sharing his thoughts on the writing life and offering some, shall we say, less than standard advice to aspiring authors. Oh, and there will be live music from pianist Fabien Leseure who will be debuting an original composition specially created to inspire the live-writing competition. As usual, there is a bottle of Jameson’s for the winner! Reserve your ticket here, entry is three euros on the door.
Beginning this May/June we have a variety of daytime and evening creative writing courses available. All course descriptions are now available online! There is still time to book your place, simply e-mail us at email@example.com
This May 28th psychologist and author, Dimitra Didangelou, returns to Berlin to teach her expressive writing workshop, ‘Steps into Nature’ in Viktoria Park, Kreuzberg. The workshop will explore how expressive writing can aid you to write freely and without fear of criticism, using nature’s spring symbols to help you locate your voice and discover new perspectives.
The group will be limited to 10 participants, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot, further information on the course available here.
The Reader Berlin and EXBERLINER are delighted to announce our 2016 short story contest. This year, we’re looking for fiction on the theme “A Summer Night”. As the days grow longer and we slough off the last grey cells of another Berlin winter, it’s time to let your imagination run riot and tell us your tales of summer nights…
Deadline is May 31st, and all submissions should be sent to email@example.com
All the info (and prizes! and rules!) on our competition page.
Are you feeling a bit demotivated writing all on your lonesome? Sick of the view of your neighbour’s wall from your desk? This Friday the 22nd of April join us at KLAK for a Scribble Day! Between 9am and 6pm come and co-work amongst fellow writers. No wifi. Writing exercises on request. Silence – except from 10:30-11am, 1-2pm and 4-4:30pm, when there will be tea/coffee/biscuits/a light vegan lunch and plenty of writers’ gossip. All for just 9 euros. Any profits (after we cover costs) will go to the refugee café at Tempelhof. Sign up to the usual address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to announce the return of Donna Stonecipher and her wonderful poetry workshop which will take place from April 25th. ‘Poetry in Berlin – Berlin in Poetry’ approaches Berlin from a poetical, wandering perspective, looking at how public space can inspire creative moments. A unique way to enjoy Berlin! More information here, and as usual to sign-up please email email@example.com