Trillium Book Awards Author Reading 2015

WRITING CREATIVELY ABOUT GRIEF

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When

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 6:30pm

Where

Ryerson University - Classroom TBD
350 Victoria Steet
Toronto, ON
M5B 2K3

Details

This unique writing workshop will expose you to various non-fiction and poetry texts providing a variety of approaches to writing creatively about grief and loss. You will learn writing techniques, methods, approaches and literary devices for the crafting of evocative creative non-fiction and poetry. You will learn techniques and devices for writing evocatively about grief and loss and expressing your experiences in ways that will resonate with others. Through the reading and writing of non-fiction and poetry, we will work towards making our experiences of grief speak to others. Subject matter is not limited to the death of a loved one, but can include, for example, a divorce/break up or losing
a part of a person through injury or illness.

Instructor: Jacob Scheier is the author of the poetry collection More to Keep us Warm (ECW Press), which won the 2008 Governor General's Award. He was also co-winner of a 2009 New York Independent Media Alliance award for best feature article. Jacob's poems have appeared in periodicals across North America and he is a regular contributor of articles and personal essays to Toronto's NOW Magazine. He is also a support group facilitator at Bereaved Families of Ontario.

DURATION: 25 hours — The workshop runs from May 2 to July 4.

FEE: $389

To register, click here.

Location

Ryerson University - Classroom TBD
350 Victoria Steet
Toronto, ON M5B 2K3 43° 39' 28.296" N, 79° 22' 49.4076" W

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