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    Writing about Food

    Writing about food can be deep, rich, rewarding. After all, food writing can take practically any form. The goal of this workshop: to help you find your voice as a food writer. You’ll think, eat, and write about food. All levels welcome. Beginners and non-native speakers of English welcome.

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    The Art of Revision

    “Writing is rewriting,” the adage tells us.

     

    But how do we rewrite? How do we decide what to leave in and what to take out? How do we determine the scope of a piece, devine its essence, know where to start and where to end? Do we edit line by line, paragraph by paragraph—or make the professional leap of re-thinking the piece first?

  • Free Mini-workshop: How to Write for Love and Money

    Where: At the Eindhoven Expat Fair

    What does it take to write professionally? To write for yourself? What is the difference? And what techniques can be useful for both kinds of writing?

    At this mini-workshop, we’ll discuss how to advance your writing—whether you’re writing web content, reports, short stories, nonfiction…. (more…)

  • Free Mini-workshop: Write the Blog

    Where: At the Eindhoven Expat Fair

    Do you blog, for yourself or for work? Do you wonder whether blogs even matter in 2019? Are you thinking of starting—or reviving—a blog? This mini-workshop is a quick way to get focused on blogging. (more…)

  • The Short Story

    Writing a short story is a wonderfully intricate process; we make countless creative decisions in the course of telling a single tale. During these two days, we’ll explore the most vital creative decisions and find what works for you as a storyteller.

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    Simply Writing

    Do you only write when you have an assignment? What obstacles do you experience to writing? How can you structure your life in order to keep writing? How, exactly, do you finish a piece of writing?At Simply Writing, we’ll define ways of making writing a more natural process; more time-efficient; and more fun. Read more…

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    Flash Fiction

    The New Yorker magazine recently started a summer-long flash-fiction series. It’s a milestone: the form has come of age. What’s so great about very short stories? Well, you can read a work of flash fiction over a single cup of coffee. And writing a work of micro-fiction can be done in a day. Read more…

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    National Novel Writing Month: “NaNoWriMo”

    November is National Novel Writing Month!

    Each year, NaNoWriMo, as it’s called, draws tens of thousands of writers worldwide.

    The challenge? To draft a novel in 30 days.

    Join us on Saturday, November 2nd, when Lisa Friedman will kick off the month-long writing marathon. (more…)

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