My Roots: Free Writing Workshop

with Aislinn Hunter

My Roots: Free Writing Workshop

Tickets

(price does not include service charge)

FREE.

Saturday, May 4
1:00 pm
Suite Genius, Second Floor
225 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver

We invite immigrants to Canada to participate in a free workshop on writing about place and home with teacher and author, Dr. Aislinn Hunter, hosted by the Vancouver Writers Fest.

The My Roots Workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to deepen and enrich their writing through guided exercises and techniques. Each attendee will have a chance to write and revise two pieces of writing and to share their work if they would like. Participants are welcome to write their stories in the form of their choosing: poetry, fiction or non-fiction.

The themes this workshop will explore are centred around ideas of place, home and belonging.

•    This workshop is for people who have immigrated to Canada. It is suitable for writers of all levels.
•    Space is available for 25 participants, please register to apply.
•    Open to anyone 18 years or older.
•    Registration doesn’t guarantee attendance. We will email you if you are confirmed to attend.
•    Registration is open until March 31, 2019 at midnight.

Dr. Aislinn Hunter is an award-winning teacher, poet and novelist. She is the author of seven books including the novel The World Before Us and the poetry collection Linger, Still. She teaches creative writing at KPU and at SFU’s The Writer’s Studio.

My Roots: Free Writing Workshop
Saturday, May 4 at 1:00pm—5:00pm
Suite Genius, Second Floor
225 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver

This workshop is made possible thanks to an anonymous donor. 

REGISTER HERE. 

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My Roots: Free Writing Workshop

Dr. Aislinn Hunter is an award-winning teacher, poet and novelist. She is the author of seven books including the novel The World Before Us and the poetry collection Linger, Still. She teaches creative writing at KPU and at SFU’s The Writer’s Studio.