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Berlin Writers' Workshop Reading
Lesung in englischer Sprache mit Sarnath Banerjee und Dave Besseling
Berlin Writers' Workshop presents a reading event celebrating the work of Sarnath Banerjee and Dave Besseling, both dealing with experiences of the Indian society. Through his graphic fiction, Banerjee explores themes like masculinity, bureaucracy, rumour, class-system, religion and the uncanny. Whereas Dave Besseling has published the non-fiction books, Liquid Refuses to Ignite, a memoir, and Laid In India, a sociological reportage.
Sarnath Banerjee is a graphic novelist, artist, film maker and a co-founder of the comic publishing house Phantomville. He studied at Goldsmith College, London and currently lives in Berlin. Dave Besseling is a journalist, editor and author, currently based in Berlin. He was formerly Deputy Editor of GQ India and shortlisted for the Kurt Schork Award for International Journalism.
Workshops & Infoabende
Sa14Sep201910:00 - 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.