Upcoming Workshops

A small number of Pay What You Can spots are available for all upcoming workshops. If you have not yet studied creative writing in a college or university setting, and are interested in attending one of workshops but the fee is a barrier for you, please email Meghan Bell at publisher [at] roommagazine [dot] com.

VANCOUVER WORKSHOPS

Thursdays, November 8 - 29, 2018, 6 - 8pm
Poetry Workshop with Adèle Barclay | 24 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver

In this workshop we will combine the traditional university-style workshop format with generative, exploratory writing and curious discussion. Over the course of four weeks we will write new poems, workshop works in progress, receive and give feedback, and discuss and analyze poems by our favourite authors all in an encouraging, dynamic, communal atmosphere. Learn more and register online at https://roommagazine.com/poetry-workshop-2018.

ONLINE WORKSHOPS

October 25 or November 6, 2018
How Submitting to Lit Mags Will Improve Your Writing with Rachel Thompson | 
Online

How Submitting to Lit Mags Will Improve Your Writing is a 1.5-hour online workshop for writers who want improve and publish their writing. Learn how lit mags work in a writer's journey to publication, with examples from writers who got their starts by publishing in lit mags. The workshop draws inspiration from the editors who produce lit mags and answers the question, Why Submit to Lit Mags? with best practices for submitting. In partnership with Lit Mag Love. Learn more and register online at https://www.litmaglove.com/workshop/.


PAST WORKSHOPS

October 29, 2017 Altars & Avenues: Write Through Poetry with Adèle Barclay

September 5 - 26, 2017 | Polish Your Prose and Poems: A Three-Week Course with Editor Rachel Thompson

July 8, 2017 Sacred Self-Care for Writers: Self-Effort and Grace with Jónína Kirton



Image by Alyssa Hirose (from a workshop at Growing Room 2017)

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