Creative Writing Courses HalifaxHalifax Creative Writing Courses
Basic studies: Writing creatively
Find out more about the author's trade by studying and criticizing the work of your colleagues while getting your own writing back. Select from poetic, literary, narrative and dramaturgy workhops. Improve a number of useful skills: writing, talking, unconventional and diplomatic, as you will find the best way to criticize the work of your classmates.
Each of our lecturers are publicized verses, playwrights, authors, reporters, short stories or authors of novels who can give their own insight into the writing proces. Communicative abilities you will acquire in our Creative Writing courses will prepare you for a wide range of professions.
Briefings & Workshops | Nova Scotia Writers' Union
We will also concentrate on how to create tales of glamour and powerful. This is the first Nova Scotia publication to "travel" with the BC Ferrries family. Her twenty-five-year stint as a free-lance reporter began in Vancouver, appeared in the Vancouver Sun on a regular basis and wrote for various professional journals.
Whilst her main "beats" were concentrated on recreational and recreational fisheries, she has also written a number of papers and essay stories in journals and papers throughout Canada and the United States. She' s also featured in large coastal -to-coast papers and is a regular contributor to The Antigonish Review, Atlantic Books Today and others.
Nove Scotia Love Stories, edited by Pottersfield Press, 2016; Salt Lines, edited by Backalong Books, 2012; and the bestselling book Undying the Apron: She graduated from Mount Saint Vincent University in 2012 with a Research Master of Arts in Literacy Education with a focus on memory study. Nova Scotia Writers' Union is proud to announce the third meeting of First Words:
A 9-weeks course in movies with Elaine McCluskey, Sarah Mian and Binnie Brennan. A fictional view of the trade from different career prospects. There are no requirements or documents required for this course. Brennan is the award-winning writer of three novels, Like Any Other Monday (Gaspereau Press), A Certain Grace:
Tales and harbour view (Quattro Books). She has released her feature films in a number of literature magazines. In Halifax she performs with Symphony Nova Scotia Bratsche. She is the writer of three brief ledgers and two novelists. She was a Journey Prize finisher and a runner-up at the Irish based fishing shortshow.
The Maritimes have all been described as dark and funny. Elaine's tales have been featured in The Dalhousie Review, The Antigonish Review, Room, The Fiddlehead, Riddle Fence, QWERTY, The Puritan and Other Voices. When the Saints was awarded the Jim Connors Dartmouth Book Award, the John & Margaret Savage First Book Award and was a finaleist for the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour 2016.
Conducted by veteran writer Sherry D. Ramsey, this training meeting will help you learn to grasp and browse the various revenue opportunities as you dive your rudder into independently publish. Accompany writer and lecturer in Journalism Pauline Dakin to a practical workshops in which she explores the use of literature instruments and technologies such as scenes, characters, dialogue and narrative detail to improve your non-fiction book work.
She will be drawing on both her own work and her own creative non-fiction MFAs. She is a member of the Writers' Council of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and a member of the executive committee of the Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch. We' ll use mappings to reflect on what we write and create shapes that reflect the new work.
She is a poet, writer of poems, novels and etchings. It has seven publications, including four Globe and Mail Best 100 of them. Their second volume of poems Loop (McClelland & Stewart, 2003) won the Griffin Poetic Prize; their fifth compilation, Strange Attractor, will be released in 2019. Their third novel, Speechless, is due out the following year.
Nova Scotia's Writers' Union is delighted to host an introduction to the arts of eating with Simon Thibault, the creator of the cookery book Pantry and Palate: Remember and rediscover Acadian foods. The course will cover various types of eating, from memoir to cookery books to journalists.
Writing about a meal is more than an example of the nostalgic; it is a gateway to places, thoughts, contexts and theories. He is a Halifax-based author, reporter and manufacturer. It' his first novel, Pantry and Palate: remembering and rediscovering Acadian food (Nimbus Publishing, 2017), wurde von Taste Canada für den Regional/Cultural Cookbook of the Year Award 2018 nominiert.