From October, 11 to October, 14 academics and authors of the most reknown and experienced centers of creative writing in the continent celebrated the III Encounter organised and hosted by the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz (UPSA) in Bolivia. Our president Javier Sagarna attended the event in representation of the EACWP and Escuela de Escritores (Madrid)
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.
From the 5th to the 7th of July (2017) our partners from NAWE hosted the English Shared Futures conference along with some other British organisations. Our colleague Ana Guerberof attended the event on behalf of the EACWP board. Here is her exhaustive and thoughtful account of her experience in Newcastle. Thank you, Ana!
From the 10th to the 13th of July, 2017, the EACWP launches its first European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing take place in Normandy (France). The official syllabus is now available. Enrollments will be open for worldwide participants until June, 30.
From the 21st. to the 28th of July, Tallin University offers a one week summer course in English focused on “Finding your voice”, tutored by Peter Salmon. Registration is now opened.
From June, 24 to July, 3, our colleague Linda Lappin (USA / Italy) will be imparting a multi-genre prose workshop focused on the process of world building in our writing, resorting to her recent awarded work ‘The soul of place’ as well as to the ancestral landscape and mythic soil of one of the Greek Cycladic islands: Andros. Registration is already open.
The third issue of Writing in Practice has now been published and is openly accessible on the NAWE website. The deadline for submissions to Volume 4 is on 16 June 2017.