The Short Story Writing Workshop

The Short Story Writing workshop in collaboration with Half Baked Bean was a huge success with the participants. The two day intensive course included various sessions from Finding your voice as a writer to Discovering new genres and dabbling with the Anatomy of Writing. In the end, participants were asked to workshop their stories, where they received critical feedback on language, structure, dialogue, vocabulary and over all crux of the story. A special Q n A session with bestselling author Faraaz Kazi took the icing on the cake as he graciously answered questions and talked about new and young writing in India.

November Initiative

Our  Creative Writing Workshop at Gargi College witnessed some outstanding writing by the students. For the Fantasy Writing session, the students came up with  fantastical tales involving Vampires, Lycans, Time portals, Sci Fic gadgets and crazy parallel universe’s. Inspired by books and movies like X-Men, Wolverine, Harry Potter and the Vampire Diaries, the stories were well worth the imagination and effort. As the workshop came to an end, the students came up with yet another brilliant story which showcased what they had been taught in classes such as The Anatomy of Writing and The Fantasy Locket. Looking forward to more  such brilliance from the Literature students at Gargi.

 

Bloggers-Central-October ’14

Our Fall Blogging class had a great lineup of potential bloggers many of whom are still continuing with their blogging. We had a variety of topics on floor this time beginning with Omkar’s Silly Delhi a blog on how to keep the city clean, there was Natasha’s The Editing world of Elizabeth LPS where Natasha wrote about her  passion for LPS videos and products. Gaoun took a step further with her wonderfully titled blog, rosy rose pop silly cooking where she discussed all her favorite cooking recipies, then there was Patrick’s colorful travel blog titled Pats travels and Dana’s  blockbuster blog titled Girls of the U.S.A where she uploaded a self styled home made video as well. Congrats to all of you and looking forward to more writing from you guys!! Keep the good work coming!

The Imagination Lab is back!

Creative Writing Workshop for children at India Habitat Centre

If you enjoy crazy adventures with your favorite hero, love writing stories, marvel at magical characters, come join us at The Imagination Lab.

The workshop shall focus on enhancing basic story writing skills and will be primarily for children who are not just interested in books but love to extend themselves into writing. It will include popular children’s literature as well as classics and will be packed with a lot of fun activities.

Outline: Our various interactive sessions The Photo LabBring out the Boxing Gloves, The Imagination Factory and Sowing the seed are designed to encourage kids to think out of the box. Workshop size is limited to ensure that each individual receives plenty of guidance and feedback because everyone’s voice is unique and our workshops are not competitive.

Objective: Students will be given fun writing exercises which they have to narrate, describe and perform in class. Participants who successfully complete this workshop will gain valuable insight into developing their imagination and writing short stories at a more advanced level.

Please click on the link below for details and registration

http://habitatworld.com/wokshop-habitat/

Venue: Habitat World–India Habitat Centre

Presented by Of Heroes and Villains