Toto Funds the Arts in association with Mount Carmel College is inviting applications for two related workshops on Practising Poetry by Kala Krishnan Ramesh.
Kala Ramesh is a creative writing teacher and author of He is Honey, Salt, and the Most Perfect Grammar (HarperCollins India, 2016).
Venue: The AV Room, Mount Carmel College, 58, Palace Road, Vasanthanagar, Bengaluru - 560 052.
Time: 2-Day workshop: 10 am to 5:30 pm, on Nov 12-13, 2016 (Saturday & Sunday).
Fee: Rs 5,500
Follow-up workshop: First week of December, on a date that suits everyone's convenience.
Maximum number of participants: 10
Last date for applications: Nov 6, 2016
About the programme
If you are a practising poet between 18 and 40 and are prepared to toil over your writing, this programme is for you. You will work towards a short collection of poems, rewrite and re-rewrite till you get it right! And, in the final session, you’ll make a chapbook of your poems.
The programme will be in two parts. In the first workshop in November, you will spend two intensive days writing and outlining the structure for a chapbook. You will continue working on it over a month or so, under Kala’s supervision; she will give you individual feedback and guidance on reworking. A one-day follow-up workshop will be held in December.
Send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a sample of your work and a paragraph on why you wish to enroll for this programme.
Report by: U Atreya Sarma, Editor (News & Events), with inputs from Kala Ramesh
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