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KICKSTART YOUR WRITING with Brittani Sonnenberg
When: April 12th, 10:30-16:30
Do you spend precious hours you’ve saved for writing procrastinating? Or is your perfectionism is holding you back? Writing is important to you and yet you don’t do it as much as you’d like (or sometimes not at all)…well help is at hand! Whether you are a beginner writer or restarting, or just simply want some assistance getting ahead of the writing-head-game, on April 12th Brittani Sonnenberg will be hosting the workshop for you.
Over the course of one day, you’ll discuss how to develop a consistent writing routine, access your imagination and learn to let go. In addition to taking part in practical writing exercises designed to reignite and revivify your practice, you’ll mull over writerly advice and reflections from luminaries such as Joan Didion, Anne Lamott and Ellen Sussman.
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Brittani Sonnenberg has an MFA from the University of Michigan and lives in Berlin, where she is a frequent contributor to Berlin Stories on NPR. She is currently a visiting lecturer at the MFA program of the University of Hong Kong. Her award-winning fiction has been widely published in magazines such as Ploughshares, anthologized in the O’Henry Short Story Prize Series, and received distinguished story recognition by Best American Short Stories. Her non-fiction has been published by Time Magazine, the Associated Press, NPR, Minneapolis Star Tribune, and elsewhere. In June 2014, her first novel HOME LEAVE will be published in hardback by Grand Central Publishing (German translation in April 2014, by Arche Verlag). She studied English literature with a citation in Mandarin Chinese at Harvard University and was a European Journalism Fellow at Berlin’s Freie Universität from 2009-2010.
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