“Don’t Tell Me the Moon Is Shining. Show Me the Glint of Light on Broken Glass.”
All writing, in some way, is travel writing. All writing, in some way, is memoir. When we write, we invite the reader to join us on a journey; when we write, we cast a light on who we are, where we come from, and how we see the world.
On this Saturday writing workshop at Better, you’ll learn to do both, as you explore new ways of packaging memories and sharing stories that bring character, experience, and emotion to life.
Whether you’re new to writing or want to sharpen and invigorate your writing skills, this hands-on learning and writing session will show you how, by putting the focus on tools and techniques that shape your thoughts into stories and add flair and impact to your words.
You’ll learn how to make sense of writing, by using all your senses to write. You’ll learn what good songs and good movies can teach us about the art and craft of good writing. You’ll learn how to plan and structure your story, from the ground up, or the sky down. You’ll learn how to bring out the better writer in you, no matter who you are, where you come from, or how you see the world.
- When: Saturday 20th May, from 10am to 3.30pm (please arrive at 9:30)
- Where: 91 Oxford Road, Saxonwold, Johannesburg
- What to bring: A pen or a pencil. A notebook. The stories in your head and your heart.
- How much: R650 including tea, coffee, snacks, and a light working lunch. (R550 for Better members)
- Who: Gus Silber is an award-winning journalist, author, scriptwriter, and media trainer.
Places are limited so booking is essential. To secure yours contact Patience at firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 327 6098.