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Time: 13:30 - 15:00 on 10 March, 2021

Duration: two events, 10 March - 16 March, 2021

Event Category: QWF Workshops , Series , Workshops

Location: Online via Zoom

Organizer: QWF

Please note this workshop will take place over two sessions:

  • Session 1: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 @ 1:30-3:00 p.m.
  • Session 2: Tuesday, March 16, 2021 @ 1:30-3:00 p.m.

This online workshop is being produced in partnership with the Atwater Writers Exhibition.

All are welcome.

Limited to 15 participants.

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How do you create characters and situations that have a ring of truth to them when the stories you want to tell are not from your own background or culture?

This workshop will give participants a deeper knowledge about the pros and cons of cross-cultural writing and a chance to hear established writers talk about their own experiences with and advice about writing about peoples of other cultures and realities. Participants will be able to access a blog with workshop materials including videotaped interviews and writing examples. The blog will also provide a platform for participants to discuss issues both during and between the workshop sessions and to post writings of their own for feedback.

All you need to bring is curiosity and a sense of exploration.

Registration

This is a FREE workshop. To register, please click here to email Elise Moser.

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Photo: Watsenniostha Valerie David

Dan David says he’s won several awards for feature writing and essays but the one he cherishes the most is for “best storyteller.” He’s a former construction worker, broadcast journalist, magazine writer, and world traveller based (for now) at Kanehsatake Mohawk Territory, near Oka.