We’re incredibly excited to finally be able to announce the winners of our 2019 Berlin Writing Prize! Congratulations go to S.K. Perry, winner of the first prize with her entry A Wide Neon… Read more »
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The Reader Berlin is proud to present the Berlin launch of Rowan Hisayo Buchanan’s Starling Days and Jessica J. Lee’s Two Trees Make a Forest: on memory, migration and Taiwan.
How do you take a bunch of facts and make them into a story that people can connect to? Is there a topic you really care about but don’t know… Read more »
What makes good writing great? Editing – the willingness to revisit your work, view it afresh and make it better. This two-day self-editing workshop will help you gain new… Read more »
Do you (still) want to work on your craft or explore a new skill? Then sign up for our workshops! In September, CJ Hopkins, will be leading two Scriptwriting Workshops,… Read more »
Today, we are delighted to announce the entries that have been longlisted for the 2019 Berlin Writing Prize. In alphabetical order (by title) they are: All American Ghost Busters,… Read more »
Science fiction isn’t all explosions and spaceships, and even if you don’t write in the genre there are still exciting craft and imaginative lessons to be learned – especially in… Read more »
The Reader Berlin and Give Something Back to Berlin are proud to present an evening with Nikesh Shukla on August 1st, hosted at Sharehaus Refugio!
The 2019 Berlin Writing Prize is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered! We will be announcing the longlist via newsletter, social media and on our website in mid-August.
One of the hardest things about writing from experience – auto-fiction, memoir, the personal essay – is that it’s all too easy to get bogged down in the sequence of… Read more »