Kubrick Writing Workshop

時間Time:2018/11/3 (Sat) 1:00pm-3:00pm
地點Venue油麻地 Kubrick電影中心一樓講廳
老師Coach:Susanne Lee
報名Register: kubrickpoems@gmail.com
費用Fee: $80

Is there a city or a place you have special connection to? Do you want to write a short story about it? How do you set your work? What gives your reader the sense of being there? We will look at techniques and examples – good and bad – that evoke and capture a place and time. These techniques that can be applied to fiction, nonfiction, memoir, and travel writing.
Please be prepared to write a short flash piece to be read in the workshop.

Before workshop: Reading materials
During Workshop: Writing 

Last day to enrol: 1st Nov, 2018

About the Coach

Susanne Lee has lived in Hong Kong, Mount Pleasant, and Burgos. She was born in Los Angeles where her high school counselor told her she should attend the junior college across the street from her home. Not being good at listening to adults, she went to UC Berkeley and Harvard, instead. She was an international business girl in the World Trade Center, but her need to tell stories and wanderlust probably saved her life that September day.

Lee’s writing on diverse subjects such as Tiananmen dissident Ding Ziling, Spanish surrealism and sausage, mehndi in Delhi, and the Vietnamese Reunification Express has appeared in the Village Voice, The Nation, Konch, Giant Robot and SLAM. Her essay "The Sandy Diary of Susu Aisin Gioro" appears in the October Write Launch. Among her fiction, “Vol de Nuit” appears in PowWow: Short Fiction from Then to Now (DaCapo), and “Chungking Masala” was a runner-up in the Guardian Openings Contest. "Clomid Dreams" appears in the September Write Launch, and "Food Fire Storm" will appear in Broken Pencil next year.