For all those looking for a practical, hands-on workshop of generative prompts to get your wheels turning, your creative engine humming, and new projects out of the blocks.  

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Time: eight Wednesdays, 20:00 to 22:00

Duration: 11 March - 29 April, 2020

Location: Atwater Library and Computer Centre—1200 Atwater Avenue, Westmount, Quebec View map

Description

For all those looking for a practical, hands-on workshop of generative prompts to get your wheels turning, your creative engine humming, and new projects out of the blocks. Limited to 12 participants.

Your creative engine needs maintenance and the “Writer’s Tune-up” will put writing back on the front burner through a variety of engaging prompts and exercises intended to spark, re-invigorate, and inspire. You’ll improve the impact and depth of your work through practice, uncover new ideas, and share with your peers. Each session will include prompts, discussions, and feedback in a playful and supportive atmosphere.

This workshop is designed for writing with more curiosity and less struggle. This will be part workshop, part discussion group, and part writing exercises; participants will harness the tools and techniques for mastering the mechanics of composing and revising and gain experience giving constructive feedback in a group setting.

Workshop leader

Credit: Luke Anderson
Larissa Andrusyshyn has published two poetry collections; Mammoth (DC Books 2010) and Proof (DC Books 2015). Her poems have been shortlisted for Arc Magazine's Poem of the Year, the CBC Poetry prize and the 3Macs carte blanche prize. She facilitates creative writing workshops in Montreal and is working on her third poetry collection and her first novel.

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