June, 2022

So12JunWhole daySo19Prose workshopImpulses for your own literary work

Event details

Whether novels, short stories, novellas, aphorisms or memoirs - an endless number of literary forms make use of prose. But what does it actually mean to write prose? Which varieties of prose go with which genres? What is good prose? How can you make prose varied? How do you find your own style of prose - and do you have to? In this course, the participants can exchange ideas about such questions and try out the knowledge gained in practice - because the focus is on working on new prose texts or those they have brought with them. The participants' own writing experiences and interests always form the starting point. In workshop discussions and on short walks, we will finally exchange ideas about the texts that have been created or edited in this way.

Target group:
Anyone who writes or wants to write in prose.

Alexander Estis is a writer and columnist. Born into a Jewish family of artists in Moscow in 1986, he studied in Hamburg and then taught German literature at various universities in Germany and Switzerland, where he has lived as a freelance author since 2016. He writes for NZZ Folio, the Tagesanzeiger magazine and Deutschlandfunk Kultur, among others. He has received several awards for his literary texts; he is currently a town clerk in Cologne. Most recently, his fifth book was the prose volume »Legenden aus Kalk«.

Course times:
Welcome: 06/12/2022 at 5:00 p.m
Completion: 06/18/2022 at 5:30 p.m

Course fee:
CHF 420.00

Workshop flyer including room prices

Time

June 12 (Sunday) - 19 (Sunday)

location

Hotel Laudinella

Via Tegiatscha 17, 7500 St. Moritz

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