Fri, Oct 23 | Coming To Voice: An AWA Creative Writing

Coming To Voice: An AWA Creative Writing Workshop with Fiona Raye Clark

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Oct 23, 2020, 3:30 PM
Coming To Voice: An AWA Creative Writing

About the Event

Fiona Raye Clarke is an Amherst Writers & Artists Method certified facilitator which is a way of facilitating creative writing workshops that preserves the self-esteem of the writer by focusing on what is strong in the writing and maintaining a safe environment of confidentiality and sensitivity to individuals' personal stories. In this workshop you will recieve writing prompts, time to write, time to share your writing, and get lead feedback.

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Fiona Raye Clarke is an award-winning Trinidadian-Canadian writer and community-engaged artist. Her writing has appeared in various publications online and in print, including the Puritan Town Crier, the Room Magazine blog, and alt.theatre. Her plays have been produced by the rock.paper.sistahz festival and InspiraTo Festival, and her co-created short film won the 2017 CineFAM Short Film Challenge, screening at the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival and the San Francisco Queer National Arts Festival. She was a top ten finalist for 2018 Magee TV Diverse Screenwriters Award and is an alumnus of the Banff Centre. She is an Amherst Writers & Artists Method certified facilitator and is the Artistic Director of the Black youth oral history theatre project, INTERGENERACIAL, currently in its fifth year.

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