Flash Fiction: Bite-sized Stories to Voice your Own Thoughts

Flash Fiction: Bite-sized Stories to Voice your Own Thoughts

Literary Pop-Up Shop for Busy Interpreters, Translators and Related Professions Daunted by your to-do list? No time to read? Too busy lending your voice to interpret other people’s words but wish you could articulate your own? Join us for a workshop which requires no previous reading on your part but from which you will take away a goody bag of ideas and much food for thought!

Let me introduce you to Flash Fiction: very short stories with incredible depth of meaning. Stories will be read aloud, individual interpretations shared and meaning articulated in a relaxed atmosphere, allowing us to revel in the beauty of the words we read, our own words in our own voices.

 

Dra. Mariana Casale O’Ryan
Profesora de Inglés (Lenguas Vivas), MA in English, Literature, Culture & Modernity (QMW, London), PhD in Latin America Cultural
Studies (Manchester): Manchester based reader-centred literary facilitator (English and Spanish) specialised in short and experimental fiction, trainer and consultant with a special research interest in Bibliotherapy/Literature and mental health; Manchester Literature Festival host. Author of The Making of Jorge Luis Borges as an Argentine Cultural Icon (MHRA, 2014).

 

Cuándo: 25 de agosto // 19:00 a 21:00 hs
Dónde: Cavia 3099. 1o Piso. CABA.
Costo: $300
El curso se dictará en idioma inglés.
Inscripción: tesorero@adica.org.ar

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