Writing from the Extraordinary
with award-winning poet & lyric essayist
For poets and writers of all genres
June 28, 2018, 09:30-15:00
What do you do when you have that "big idea" that slips away every time you try to corner it?
How do you crack open a large topic and make it immediate and real?
In this intensive workshop, we will practice the art of making the general personal. How to pluck the singular, original voice out of the common idea.
Minimum/Maximum Participation: 8/14
Cost per seminar: 450 NIS if paid in full two weeks before the seminar; 500 NIS subsequently.
Location: Talbiya, Jerusalem (more details upon registration).
Registration: Sign up and we will be in touch. Payment can be made via bank transfer, cheque/check or cash (by special arrangement).
Cancellation policy: If you cancel within one week of the workshop and your place cannot be filled, you will be asked to cover the total cost of the seminar.
Testimonial from "Writing from the Ordinary," Jan 18, 2018:
'In just a few hours, Jane took us through four different genres of poetry, with examples, exercises and time to share and receive feedback.... She's an amazing teacher and I left feeling refreshed and inspired! Thank you Nadia for organizing such a special treat!' - C.G.
Jane Medved is the poetry editor of The Ilanot Review, an Israeli international journal of creative writing in English. Her full-length poetry collection Deep Calls To Deep won the Many Voices Project in Poetry (2016) and was published by New Rivers Press (Nov 2017). Her chapbook, Olam,Shana,Nefesh, was released by Finishing Line Press in 2014. Recent work has appeared in Mudlark, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Cimarron Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Tupelo Quarterly and New American Writing.