Liz Farsaci and Mark Granier Irish Writers Centre Dublin Creative writing for non-native English speakers
Irish Writers Centre

New Irish Communities Autumn '18 Sessions

Regular price €5.00

Autumn classes will resume on Sat 22 Sept 2018. All welcome.

Time: 11.00am – 1.00pm 
Duration: 10 Weeks
Cost: €5 per session
Details:  
Sat 22 Sept - Liz Farsaci
Sat 29 Sept - Liz Farsaci
Sat 6 Oct - Mark Granier
Sat 13 Oct - Mark Granier
Sat 20 Oct - Liz Farsaci
Sat 3 Nov - Liz Farsaci
Sat 10 Nov - Mark Granier
Sat 17 Nov - Mark Granier
Sat 24 Nov - Liz Farsaci
Sat 1 Dec - Mark Granier

Join various seasoned facilitators Mark Granier and Liz Farsaci every Saturday at the Irish Writers Centre for two hours of creative writing exercises with feedback on your work. Share your life experiences through new pieces of poetry or prose – and do it well in English. This course is perfect for non-native English speakers with an interest in creative writing. Some proficiency in English is recommended.

Liz Farsaci has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor in Dublin, and has taught creative and non-fiction writing to non-native English speakers at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. 

Mark Granier is an Irish poet and photographer based in Dublin, Ireland. He has published four poetry collections: Airborne (Salmon Poetry, 2001), The Sky Road (Salmon Poetry, 2007), Fade Street (Salt Publishing, 2010) and Haunt (Salmon Poetry, 2015). His awards include the Vincent Buckley Poetry Prize in 2004 and the Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Poetry Felloship in 2011. 

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This is an Irish Writers Centre initiative made possible with funding from

Dublin City Council Arts Office.

Dublin City Council