From the 24th to the 27th of August, our colleagues from Escuela de Escritores (Madrid), Luis Luna and Magdalena Tirado will be imparting this poetry workshop in Pontevedra. Registration is still open
A journey is always in the open, to meet with and from the space where reality is another. The mouth will be our point of arrival, pouring from one water to another to know the limit and the center. Writing is, at heart, write us. It is to let our limit show what we are.
- Identify the limit.
- Limit, real or imaginary?
- Censorship and transgression.
- Writing on the boundaries.
- Cross the boundary or settle?
- Mouth (pour into the sea).
450€ (includes accommodation, breakfast, dinner in Muiño Hotel + course fee & notebook).
It does not include travel expenses.
More info at
email@example.com (Luis Luna).
firstname.lastname@example.org (Magdalena Tirado).
About the teachers
Luis Luna (Spain)
Luis Luna (Madrid, 1975) holds a PhD in Romance Philology and a degree in Hispanic Philology. Luis works as a teacher in Escuela de Escritores (Madrid) and as an editor of the fragmentary poetry collection of Amargord editions. He also belongs to the Editorial Board of Heterogénea magazine. His poetry books are Cuaderno del Guardabosque, Al Rihla (El viaje), Territorio en penumbra, Almendra (in collaboration with Lourdes de Abajo and the illustrations of Juan Carlos Mestre) and Umbilical. His poetry collection has been published in the US under the title Languaje Rooms.
Magdalena Tirado (Spain)
Writer and teacher. Magdalena writes novels, short stories, literary columns and poems. Since 1998, she imparts courses on a wide range of subjects such as Creative Writing, Short Story, Sequential Novel, Writing and Gestalt, Autobiographical Writing and Psychology of Creativity, as well as writing seminars focused on personal development. She has a degree in Gestalt Therapy. She is the author of several journal articles and short stories published in different anthologies: ‘Lisboa’ (‘NH’ shortlisted in 2001), ‘Calor’ (Trentacuentos; Casabierta Editorial 2008) ‘Foundry’ (02 Stories; Tres rosas amarillas, 2011). Magdalena is also the author of two novels: Those who cry alone (Gens Ediciones, 2005) and The heart of the statues (Gens Ediciones, 2007).