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Experiment with Fiction with Sharlene Teo (October 23) *ONLINE*

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Are you a fan of experimental fiction? Or perhaps you just feel stuck in a rut and want your work to get weirder, wilder, freer? Join rising star Sharlene Teo… Read more »

Telling Tales: The Art of Creating Stories with Rory Maclean (Oct. 16/ 17th)

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Stories can entrance, engage, even possess us. Every one of us has a story to tell; factual or fictional, cool documentary or heartfelt family journey, practical travelogue or sparkling flight… Read more »

‘Before the Ruins’ Belated Launch Party on Sept. 18!

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The Reader is so happy to announce the long-awaited launch party for Before the Ruins by Reader founder, Victoria Gosling! Date: Saturday Sept. 18th Time: Doors open at 7pm, Reading… Read more »

Introduction to Trans* Literature with Lukas Kofoed Reimann / Sept 4th and 5th

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  What is Trans* Literature? Are you interested in bringing (trans*) gender into your own writing but not sure how to start? Or maybe you are already exploring trans* themes… Read more »

6 Questions, 5 Tutors by Shana Shabazz

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What is the most optimal setting for you to write in?   Peace and quiet. A capacity to set my own timetable. This more or less never occurs. So I… Read more »

Meet the Tutors: An interview with Michael Jeffrey Lee

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By Shana Shabazz   Why did you choose to come to Berlin? I first visited Germany 5 years ago—my sister let me tag along on a work trip. We stayed… Read more »

Meet Shana!

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My name is Rashana, but I’ve gone by Shana since I was in middle school and it just stuck. I’ve always enjoyed writing and decided that I wanted to be… Read more »

Wager More: Risk-Writing with Leah Dworkin (March 27 and 28)

Leah Dworkin

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Do you ever feel like your writing or even ‘freewriting’ tends to result in the same kinds of language, or similar kinds of stories that move in similar directions? Are… Read more »

Wager More: Risk-Writing with Leah Dworkin (March 20 and 21)

Leah Dworkin

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Do you ever feel like your writing or even ‘freewriting’ tends to result in the same kinds of language, or similar kinds of stories that move in similar directions? Are… Read more »

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