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Berlin Writers' Workshop Reading
Lesung in englischer Sprache mit Alistair Noon und David Hermann Fox
Berlin Writers' Workshop and Lettrétage present a reading event celebrating the publication of Concert at a Railway Station, Alistair Noon's translations of Osip Mandelstam. Joining him is writer-director David Hermann Fox, who will be reading from his novel-in-progress THE UNDOING OF JOHNNY PENGUIN.
Born in 1970 near London and living in Berlin since the early nineties, Alistair Noon appeared at international sound poetry festivals and founded and ran Berlin's Poetry Hearings festival from 2005 to 2008. He has published essays on the fall of the Berlin Wall, poetry and translocality, and Wuhan punk. Translations of poerty from German to Russian are part of his publications, most recently "Concert at a Railway Station", selected poems of Osip Mandelstam (Shearsman, September 2018).
David Hermann Fox was born in Germany and moved to Berlin in 2013. He has written and co-directed a number of documentaries about social issues, such as fair trade and domestic violence. Hermann Fox is a co-creator and head writer of a TV drama that was recently sold to a production company and is currently completing THE UNDOING OF JOHNNY PENGUIN, his debut novel.
Workshops & Infoabende
Sa09Mrz201910:00 - 17:00Beitrag: 150€
Use Your Voice: A Creative Writing Workshop For Women
Workshop mit Madhvi Ramani und Mary Kelly
Led by Madhvi Ramani, writer and editor (New York times, Penguin Random House), and Mary Kelly, playwright and actor (Nick Hern Books, Stinging-Fly Press).
This is not a traditional creative writing workshop. You will use theatre and original writing techniques to connect your physical voice with your voice on the page. You will move, you will write, you will explore and expand your individual voice. For women who want to start to write, continue to write, or want to surprise themselves.
Mary and Madhvi have twenty years combined creative coaching experience. Drawing from Madhvi’s background in creative facilitation (BBC) and Mary’s as an acting coach (The Opera Stage, Berlin and The Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin), they have developed a unique approach to creative writing for women.
Note: This workshop is only open to women, trans and non-binary people. Places are limited to 10. Snacks and drinks will be provided.