Event Phone: 226-344-6484
- Playwriting part 3: Putting it together with Prof. Barry Brodie for ages 13 – 18
January 20, 2020 - February 10, 2020
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Cursive writing: Not just for grandma anymore.. with Laurie Smith for ages 13 – 18
January 21, 2020 - February 11, 2020
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Where the wild things are in fiction with Robin Martin for ages 8 – 13
January 25, 2020 - February 15, 2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Windsor International Writers Creative Writing Programs 2019/2020 are for ages 8 to 13 and ages 13 to 18 featuring: Professor Barry Brodie, Laurie Smith and Robin Martin (Principal)
Dr. Brodie is a founding partner of Sho Art, Spirit & Performance. He teaches the University of Windsor’s creative process course at the School of Dramatic Art. He is the author of several produced plays, including Threshold of Magic – the Death and Life of Tom Thomson and The Thousand Colors of the Morning. He will be curating Sho’s “Scattered Ecstasies” September 12-14 and is directing the new play, “May the Good Lord Take a Liking to You.” He is currently at work on “A Great Round Wonder – a dramatic ecollage”.
Laurie Smith is co-publisher/editor of Cranberry Tree Press in Windsor, ON. Her work has appeared in many publications across Canada and in the U.S. Collections include Menagerie, The Truth about Roller Skating, Said the Cannibal. Holding an M.A. in Creative Writing and B.Ed., she has more than twenty years of experience facilitating workshops and editing in all genres.
Robin Martin Duttmann is an award winning author and poet. She has written several books for children that can be found in over one hundred different countries. Her book Someone You Love has Cancer is an Amazon Best Seller. Robin is one of the founders and creators of the WIW Creative Writing for Kids Programs. She has been the principal of these programs and our summer camps for 5 years.
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