The ASIA-PACIFIC WRITING PARTNERSHIP
The ASIA-PACIFIC WRITING PARTNERSHIP Key events for 2011
'Writing Out of Asia' (Perth, 2-5 December)
Roundtables and Workshops on Writing, Teaching Creative Writing, Translation and Editing in the Asia-Pacific
THE WESTERLY CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA,
in Conjunction with
The 14 th Biennial Symposium on Literatures and Cultures of the Asia Pacific Region
'Asia-Pacific Literature and Culture in the Era of the Digital Revolution'
The Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership (APWP, gold APWriters) prompts for registration icts open Roundtable discussions led by provocative short presentations Focused on teaching creative writing, translation, and editing in the Asia-Pacific area. Places are limited and online registration here essential. Please register early to Ensure a place. 'Provocateurs' will include Xu Xi , Alvin Pang , Harry Aveling , Kate Griffin , Wendy Wright , Isagani Cruz , Shelley Kenigsberg Among Others.
Times: Friday, 2-3.30 pm, 2 December, 2011 & Monday, 2-5 pm, December 5, 2011
Cost AU $ 10.00 - this covers attendance at all Roundtables. One registration covers attendance at all.
For ROUNDTABLE Registration click HERE.
WORKSHOPS: These are informal and interactive Literary Conversations with some practical exercises. You need no qualifications to join thesis half-day sessions, only an interest in the area. Places are limited. Your Registration Will not be up to full payment is received. If You have trouble paying on line, touch [email protected].
(Fiction & CNF) Workshop Narrative Prose (Fiction & CNF) Workshop
This session is suitable for Those writing or seeking to write fiction or creative non-fiction, Especially Those with a general interest in Asia, even if your own writing is Not Necessarily Asia-based.
Time: 2-5 pm, Saturday December 3, 2011.
Presenter: Xu Xi is Writer-in-Residence at the City University of Hong Kong Where She Oversees international year, low-residency MFA in Creative Writing Specializing in writing of English in Asia. She aussi Faculty Chair at the low-residency MFA in Writing, Vermont College of Fine Arts, USA. ( ). Xu Xi aussi a Board member and Chair of the form the Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership.
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