‘Always telling tall tales!’ Guess what? This time you want to hear them.
If you’ve been amazed at your child’s level of creativity, especially his or her talent at story telling and writing, then you probably want to encourage it but don’t know where to start.
Tomorrow’s Authors is a Celebrate Bandra Festival-Literature wing initiative designed for your budding writer. Hosted by the writer’s forum – Caferati, this is one of the ‘Celebrating Shakti Bhatt’ workshop series. Anshumani Ruddra, an author and screenwriter based in Mumbai will conduct the two day workshop for 20 kids aged 10 to 16 years.
The workshop aims at encouraging young talent and will assist participants in different areas of the craft such as plotting, characterisation, structuring, editing, objectively analysing one’s own work, constructive criticism of others work, ideating as a team and improvisation in writing to name a few.
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the workshop, the group as a team will be required to critique each others pieces.
So if you are Mumbai based, set your sights on Bandra and get your little writer registered at the earliest. Oh and don’t forget – writers must bring their own writing material. So, go stationery shopping quick. A special workshop deserves memorable stationery.
Visit http://ruddra.net for details on Anshumani Ruddra
Workshop cost: Rs 150 per participant.
Date and time: Saturday 14th November 2009 and Sunday 15th November 2009. 11am to 4pm
Venue: The Hub, UnLtd India, 4th Floor, Candelar Building, 26 St John Baptist Road, Near Mount Mary Steps, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400 050, India.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Phone number: 022 3222 0475 (The Hub)