Thursday, May 27, 2010

Fiction Workshop at the University of Ghana

The Writers Project of Ghana is organising a series of workshops to promote writing in Ghana. Last week's section focused on Poetry and participants learnt different methods of writing poetry and the use of metaphor. It really was interesting and refreshing to discard what we have come to call the 'Calabash Problem'. 

Coming from the back of this success, the workshop continues this week with the focus now on fiction. Our resource person is the American writer  Laban Carrick Hill, co-founder of the Writers Project of Ghana. The venue is the Legon Hall reading room of the University of Ghana Legon. The workshop would be a day and a half beginning from 9am to 12 noon and 1 pm to 4 pm on 29th May 2010 and from 1 pm to 4 pm on 30th May 2010.

Come and learn different methods of writing and expand your scope.

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