Jörg Piringer: “Rhythm & sound” at Scuola Holden

Thanks to our EACWP Teachers’ Interchange Programme along with the support of the Eramus+ programme, our Austrian colleague from the Vienna Poetry School (sfd), the sound poet and scientist Jörg Piringer held in English this two-days workshop in Turin. What follows is a snapshot of his experience in the headqueaters of Holden.

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‘Always together’ by Lasse Lindqvist

Thanks to the recent collaborative connection with ‘Naaga’, our EACWP website will publish a representative sample of its texts from Finnish authors into English. ‘Naaga’ is a journal of Corpus, student association of literature, art education, art history and museology students in Finland. This first publication hands out a short story by our contributor Lasse Lindqvist.


A first attempt at a vision on creative writing as a learning place in Europe

Our colleague Erik Vanhee from Creatief Schrijven (Belgium), over the following reflection, renews some of the questions that have enlivened the vision and the mission of the EACWP. How do we dream Europe by teaching CW? Is there a European identity when it comes down to CW? How by teaching and learning CW are we writing Europe? are some of the concerns brought back in the light of our “spiritual wonder”


Spanish Creative Writing class in Vienna

Daniel Saavedra, our Chilean colleague from Escuela de Escritores (Madrid), was recently the official Spanish teacher for the Creative Writing class at the Vienna Poetry School (May, 2016). The course was organised in the context of the EACWP Teachers’ Interchange Programme, supported by Erasmus+. In the following text, Saavedra describes the methodology used over his course and reports his impressions about the pedagogical and cultural relevance of his teaching experience in Vienna.


A journey with David Foster Wallace

Jesús Pérez Saiz, our colleague from Escuela de Escritores (Madrid), has compiled in this clever and sensitive chronicle a first hand account of his recent teaching experience at Scuola Holden (Turin), thanks to the EACWP Teachers’ Interchange Program and the Eramus+ support.