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 19th to the 26th of August, Scuola Omero (Italy) offers a full summer writing experience in the turistic village of Poggio all’Agnelo (Tuscany). Registrations are now open.
‘Scriptum’ 2/2017 will be published in November 2017. This upcoming edition welcomes 400 word abstracts or proposals for reviews.
From August the 20th to the 24th (2017), our colleagues from Aleph-Écriture (Paris) in collaboration with Literarny Noviny’s editorial office offers a workshop in Prague. Participants are invited to write from travelling and visiting Kafka’s imaginary throughout the city.
In regard of our XIII EACWP symposium, recently celebrated in Vienna (May, 25- May, 28) and hosted by our partners from the Vienna Poetry School / schule für dichtun (sfd), our new individual member, Cal Smyth (UK), has written this spirited and genuine testimony, which is worth more than anything that could be really said. Thank you, Cal! Thank you, Vienna! Viva la poesía!
From May, 25 to May 28 the EACWP will be celebrating its XIII symposium organised by our partners of the Vienna Poetry School / schule für dichtung (sfd).