“Writing is a solitary calling, alone in endeavour, accompanied only by words and ideas. Depending on where you live, finding a creative community can be hard.” Alnaaze Nathoo found some remedies and a community when she attended this year’s WriteCon in Zürich.
“Aim: Silence the inner editor and let your imagination out. Start writing something, anything. Use prompts, starting with the mundane and working towards essence.” A few hot tips from this year’s WriteCon.
“Have you thought about how suspense is created in a book? Or why you become engaged and care about the characters? These are things an author controls and creates quite intentionally.” Catherine Szentkuti and Meredith Wadley-Suter give a round-up of the Fiction and Memoir/Non-Fiction workshops from this Autumn’s WriteCon.
Plus all the regular goings-on in Zürich and beyond in Making Tracks, with springlike shenanigans to inspire you to shed your winter coat.