lunes, 29 de agosto de 2011

Tres Talleres de Escritura en Singapur

Haciendo la maleta para salir hacia Singapur, donde tendré que impartir tres talleres de escritura creativa en inglés dentro del National Museum of Singapore, invitado por el Festival Internacional de Cuentacuentos de Singapur 2011.

Luego lo mismo, pero en Bangalore y Madurai (India).

Así lo anuncia el Book Council de Singapur:




WHEN: 5 SEPT 2011 (MON)
WHERE: National Museum of Singapore: Seminar Room 1 & 2 , Level 2
NOTES: Seating per session is on first-come-first-served basis.

1. Writing my First Story
10.00am – 12.00noon / Suitable for children aged 9 to 12 years old
If you are interested in literary creation, sign up for this workshop. He will respond to all questions connected with the office of writer, gestation and creation of books, the narrative techniques, and the resources of creativity. Then participants will draft one micro story from a trigger. After which, the texts will be read and commented on.

2. Writing a Fantastic Story
1.00pm – 3.00pm / Suitable for youths aged 13 to 16 years old
Author ENRIQUE PAEZ will summarise several techniques to generate stories. Participants will write a story that will come from the fantastic binomium, one of the most powerful creative and fruitful techniques. The texts will be read aloud and commented on.

3. Unblocking the Writing Process
4.00pm – 6.00pm / Suitable for adults & recommended for teachers and beginning writers
Participants will write a story from a personal memory. It will be possible, in this case, to change the narrator’s point of view from the first to third person. That is, in short, to observe and analyse the real and the unreal through the eyes of the writer, always watching as if seen for the first time. The relationship between reality and fiction.


ENRIQUE PAEZ (SPAIN) has a Master in Literature, and PhD Literary Theory postgraduate (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain). Currently, he lives exclusively for writing, and coordinates the International Storytelling Network (Red Internacional de Cuentacuentos). He won the National Narrative Lazarillo Prize in 1991 for the romance Give Me the Ring Back. Afterwards he published Abdel, Chamaleon Club, A kidnapping So Film Like, Renata and Magician Pinton, The Olympics of Animals and many more. His books have been translated into nine languages all over the world. Besides being a writer, he has worked as Editor and Professor of Language, Literature and Creative Writing in Madrid and New York, at Primary, Secondary and University levels.

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