Vienna Poetry School call for text submissions 2021

Our Austrian colleagues are looking for short literary texts on the topic of “Without net” for the magazine of the vienna poetry school #03. Texts in both English and German are welcome. The deadline for submissions is July, 12th, 2021

Evil voices | Böse Stimmen

From May, 6th to June 17, 2020 worldwide participants are invited to take part in this online micro radio play class: “Evil voices: anonymous call, rumour, conspiracy”, held by multimedia artist Orhan Kipcak and organised by our colleagues from the Vienna Poetry School (sfd). Participation is free of charge 

European Beat Studies Network (ebsn) | 7th annual conference

From October, 3 to October, 6 (2018) our colleagues from the Vienna Poetry School (sfd) along with the European Beat Studies Network (ebsn) will welcome worldwide participants willing to take part in the different activities and discussions concerning beats and politics, past and present

“Rhythm and sound” workshop in Scuola Holden

On 22 and 23 June 2016, Jörg Piringer, our Austrian colleague, will show in his workshop how to enhance poetic language through the manipulation of rhythm and sound. The course is organised by Scuola Holden (Turin) and takes place within the EACWP-network and the Teachers’ Interchange Programme, in association with the Vienna Poetry School and supported by the European Erasmus+ programme.

Creative Writing class in Spanish at the Vienna Poetry School

From the 23rd. to the 24th of May (2016) the Vienna Poetry School (sfd) will host this intensive course for Spanish learners and Spanish native speakers. The class is organised in the context of the EACWP-network and the Teachers’ Interchange Programme, in association with Escuela de escritores (Madrid) and supported by the European Erasmus+ programme. Registration form is already online

EACWP’s participation in NAWE’s Annual Conference

On behalf of the EACWP, our colleague Harriet Nachtmann from the Vienna Poetry School / sfd (Austria) attended and participated in the annual pedagogical event of the National Association of Writers in Education (UK). The following text is a first hand account of her experience in Durham over the weekend of the 13th of November.