Feb
17
to Dec 15

Voices Israel Group of Poets in English (Tel Aviv) - monthly meetings

The Voices Israel Group of Poets in English meets monthly in Tel Aviv

(and elsewhere - see our newsletter at https://www.voicesisrael.com/ )

to read and discuss our original poetry. Newcomers are welcome.

This year's Tel Aviv meetings of Voices are scheduled for Beit Ariela,

next door to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. And downstairs where the racket

from pages turning in the library won't bother us. Next meeting is set

for Sunday, February 17 at 7:30 pm. Admission is 30 shekels, to cover

the cost of this prestigious location. Bring five or ten copies of one

or two original poems if you'd like to read, and be ready for

constructive criticism. Non-readers are also welcome.

From the entrance lobby of Beit Ariela, descend the left-hand staircase

and continue to the end of the corridor. On the left is the employees’

punch clock. On the right is a heavy door. Go through that doorway, and

immediately turn right again to continue downstairs.

When you reach the next floor down, you see heavy doors on your left and

on your right. Go through the left-hand doorway. Then immediately turn

right, and right again, and you will see the glass door of the

conference room to your left.

Our member Isaac Cohen has recorded the journey on video. See

<https://www.facebook.com/nosnivel/videos/10156831778224566/> .

Further meetings, same time and place, are scheduled as follows. All

dates are Sundays.

17 March

14 April

19 May

16 June

21 July

18 August

15 September

20 October

17 November

15 December

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Jul
7
7:45 PM19:45

INFO4U: Author reading in Beit Shemesh

I am pleased to announce an author evening with authors Miryam Sivan, Julie

Zuckerman and Gila Green.

They will be reading from Make it Concrete, The Book of Jeremiah, and White

Zion respectively.

Where: Keramikli, 13 Ha'uman (Industrial Area). Yes, this means you can

enjoy a literary evening and you have the option of painting on ceramics

(regular prices apply).

When: July 7, 7:45 pm

The event is free and open to the public.

Please RSVP to gilagreen@gmail.com (appreciated!)

GILA GREEN <https://www.gilagreenwrites.com/>

Author. Editor.

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Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Tel Aviv Writer's Salon: How to identify the best publishing options for your creative writing

Self, hybrid, traditional - it's a confusing and daunting world out there as writers face the big hurdle of how to get your writing actually read.

Join the Tel Aviv Writer's Salon on April 30th from 7pm to 10pm as we discuss how to identify the best publishing options for your fiction or creative nonfiction and what steps to take after that. We'll discuss the various publishing paths and what to expect. Bring your questions because we have answers.

Cost is 115 NIS for the evening. Refreshments will be served. The class will be located in Urban Place in Tel Aviv. Sign up using Event Brite. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tel-aviv-writers-salon-strategies-for-self-hybrid-or-traditional-publishing-tickets-59283837554There are only 7 seats still available so sign up soon!

If you aren't already a member of The Fabulists https://www.facebook.com/groups/fabulists/, my scintillating Facebook writing community, join up today for articles of interest about publishing, literature and more.

If you have questions about the class, please email me at hello@juliegray.info

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Feb
27
8:00 PM20:00

Performance of Short Stories by Jerusalem Author

*Necessary Stories: Between Worlds*

A woman fuses with an oak tree, Jews whispering at a performance of Arab

music, and an Iraqi grandmother cooking and matchmaking are the characters

you’ll meet in Necessary Stories: Between Worlds. It’s a new edition of the

reader’s theater performance of stories by the Jerusalem author Haim Watzman

<https://www.facebook.com/haim.watzman>. Last year’s show, sponsored by

Jerusalism <https://www.facebook.com/jerusalism/>, was a huge success, so

don’t miss this one.

The stories will be performed by Jane Golbert

<https://www.facebook.com/jane.golbert>, Annabelle Landgarten

<https://www.facebook..com/annabelle.landgarten.7>, and the author. A

discussion with the author will follow the performance. Don’t miss real

grassroots theater that reflects the depths of Jerusalem culture in English..

For tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/jerualism-haim-watzman-18593214769

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/252993422285682/

<https://www.facebook..com/events/252993422285682/>

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Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

Tel Aviv Writer's Salon: Fools in Love

  • 28 Ahad Ha'Am Street Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District Israel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join the Tel Aviv Writer's Salon as we meet to discuss the mechanisms and subgenres of romance writing! Whether you write romance, or read it - or don't even like it - this genre has a lot to teach writers about yearning, completion and wish fulfillment. There is a reason that it is the best selling genre in the world. Come and sit with us as we discuss the genre, get to know one another, and do some flash fiction writing. Coffee, tea, stunning views of Tel Aviv, writing, new friends - what else could a writer want?


February 12th 7-10pm
Fee: 100 NIS
Location: Ehad Ha'am 28 (City Hub), Tel Aviv
Class size is limited to 15 participants so sign up today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fools-in-love-tel-aviv-writers-salon-tickets-54918978142

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Feb
7
8:00 AM08:00

MEGAComm 2019

MEGAComm - The 13th Annual Conference for Technical Communicators, Documentation Managers, MARCOM Professionals, Content Managers etc.

Do you:

  • Author Help, write tech specs and installation guides, create training systems and how-to videos?

  • Create or manage marketing material and strategies?

  • Manage documentation for your company?

If you answered YES to any of those, MEGAComm is your yearly opportunity to learn about new trends and techniques in your field—while networking with other professionals and catching up with your friends. Register Now to take advantage of early bird pricing.

Get more Information. Check Out the Program

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Wordpress for publishers Meetup
Jan
23
9:00 AM09:00

Wordpress for publishers Meetup

Overview:

 Join us for a hands on workshop working with Gutenberg, the new WordPress

 Editor.

 

 We'll split into two groups - one for users and one for developers

 

 Bring a laptop!

 If you have a WordPress site, great! If not, you can use Frontenberg, or

 look on with someone else.

 

 Meetup Agenda:

 9:00 - 9:15 Arrive and schmooze :)

 9:15 - 10:00 Intro and demo of Gutenberg (with Rebecca Markowitz) and

 recommendations for block-friendly plugins and themes

 10:00 - 11:00 We will split into 2 groups, one for developers, and one for

 users.

 - Developers will work on creating a block for Gutenberg (with Ryan

 Hellyer)

 - Users will get more time using the editor, and a chance to ask more

 questions (with Rebecca Markowitz)

 

 Speakers:

 Rebecca Markowitz is the Head of Technical Account Management at Strattic.

 Rebecca is a WordPress specialist with over 11 years of experience managing

 100+ WordPress website projects. She is also a Bengal Spice Tea specialist

 and podcast lover.

 

 Ryan Hellyer is a WordPress Engineer at Strattic. Ryan has been nerding it

 up with WordPress since around 2007. He has built hundreds of WordPress

 plugins, many of which are available to download on WordPress.org and

 occasionally contributed to WordPress.

 

 Language:

 English

 

 Cost:

 Free

 

 Sponsor:

 MassChallenge Israel has accelerated more than 150+ companies through

 Israel's largest, most diverse, and most international accelerator..

 

 Refreshments will be provided.

 

 Hope to see you there!

 Make sure to RSVP!

 

 `

 https://www.meetup.com/Jerusalem-WordPress-Meetup/events/257557954/

 

 

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Ask Me Anything about Publishing &amp; Publicity
Dec
30
8:00 PM20:00

Ask Me Anything about Publishing & Publicity

ASK ME ANYTHING

about Publishing and Publicity

December 30, 20:00-22:00

Talpiyot, Jerusalem

Are you writing a book about Israel or with Jewish content and want to know where to pitch it?

Have you published a book and now need to let the world know about it?

Do you need an author platform before you start touting your manuscript to publishers? How do you build an author platform?

Receive advice from Gila Green (who has three novels coming out over the next twelve months) on how to secure publishing deals with traditional publishers in the USA & Australia, how to negotiate your contract, and how to grow your author platform and web presence. With over 30 stories published in literary magazines, she has a wealth of tips on how to get your shorter fiction published. Her second novel, Passport Control has just been released.

Annette Gendler will share her experience with a hybrid publisher and standard book publicist for her memoir Jumping Over Shadows, and why she’s seriously considering self-publishing her next project. While she’s had several pieces published in literary magazines, she has her own take on that: The Year I Gave Up Submitting to Literary Magazines, and will guide you on markets for your short work. 

Submit your burning question when you register in advance:

REGISTRATION AND FULL BIOS

Date: December 30

Time: 20:00-22:00

Location: PICO Jerusalem, 4th floor, Poalei Tzedek 2, Talpiyot, Jerusalem

Cost: 120 NIS in advance (and get to submit your question in advance)/150 NIS on the door.

20% of proceeds will go to charity work in the South of Israel. 


Nadia Jacobson

WriteSpace Jerusalem

www.writespacejerusalem.com



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Dec
4
8:00 PM20:00

Jerusalism Presents: Jerusalem Speaks - poetry, music & open mic

Don't miss another edition of Jerusalism's open mic series, Jerusalem Speaks. We will return to Besarabia for an evening of poetry, music, and an open mic. The featured poet of the evening will be Karen Alkalay-Gut. There will be two open mic sessions -- first come, first served -- and musical accompaniment (TBA). Come to listen, come to hear, take the mic and share something -- join the fun!!

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Nov
28
4:00 PM16:00

AACI Jerusalem Business Conference

In co-operation with Janglo - Live Awesome in Israel, Jerusalem Business Networking Forum, Fun In Jerusalem

Program:

16.00 - 16.30: Registration, networking, refreshments

16.30 - 17.30: Greetings & Keynote speaker - Dr. Yehudit Abrams - 2018 Winner of Israel's WeWork Creator Awards. Founder CEO of MonitHer

17.30 - 18.15: Digital marketing for small businesses, social media, content & everything in between. Speaker: Mordecai Holtz z, Co-Founder & Chief Strategist, Blue Thread Marketing - Boutique Israeli digital agency

18.15 - 19.00: Dinner, networking, booths

19.00 - 20.00: Workshops - Track A or B (choose one):

Track A:

Let your Brand's Communications do the work for you. PR & Communications for your brand that you can do on your own, & why it matters. Speaker: Rachel Moore , PR and Communications professional. Owner of Hub Etzion

Track B:

How to Increase your productivity. Keeping your work (and home) space clutter free, correct organizational skills & effective time management tips . Speaker: Rebekah Chaifetz Saltzman, Personal organizer & designer. Founder of Balagan Be Gone - Rebekah Saltzman - Personal Organizer.

Registration at the door: NIS 150

REGISTER HERE: https://www.wizevents.com/register/register_add.php?sessid=10535&id=6426

Moderated by Lesley Josman Kaplan of LAK Creations & Consulting - Lesley Kaplan

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Nov
26
5:00 PM17:00

Writing workshop: What’s Your Story?

  • The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What’s Your Story? at The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot with Jennifer Friedman Lang

Using the museum’s permanent and temporary collections, Jennifer Friedman Lang will take you on a journey to write about roots and religion, family trees and traditions, language and lost communities.

Open to all levels and genres.

Meets one Monday/month from 17:00 – 19:00, starting November 26.

Details at https://www.bh.org.il/event/ whats-story-creative-writing- course/ https://www.bh.org.il/event/whats-story-creative-writing-course/

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Nov
25
10:00 AM10:00

TEKOM IL - next event: TODAY! (Sunday 25.11)

We're delighted to invite you to the next Tekom IL event

- This Sunday, November 25

- From 10.00 - 12.00

- At IMPERVA in Rechovot, 2 Professor Chaim Pekeris St.

The event is free of charge

And open to members and non-members

And will include:

1) Report from Tekom annual conference

We'll be having a panel of representatives from Israel who attended the

event.

They'll be giving their impressions and report-back of the latest and

greatest in the industry.

2) Debi Parush will be presenting

How can tech writers contribute to improving UX?

Registration is required and you can sign up at this link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tekom-israel-meetup-tickets-52881953346

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Raanana: A One-Day "Revisions" Writing Workshop
Jun
7
9:30 AM09:30

Raanana: A One-Day "Revisions" Writing Workshop

Are you finding it difficult to edit your work because you get lost in the words, you can’t think how best to improve the text or you’re just overwhelmed at the thought of revision?

In this workshop, you'll learn to revise your work to locate its emotional strength, preserve its essence and sharpen its power. By the end of the day, you'll leave with a host of techniques to review (resee) your work and to restructure and edit it on the macro and micro level.


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Jerusalem: Yoga-Writing Workshop with Jennifer Lang
May
31
9:30 AM09:30

Jerusalem: Yoga-Writing Workshop with Jennifer Lang

We all have stories to tell.

For some of us, they lie buried, deep inside, occasionally rising up and taking us by surprise.

n this workshop, we will plumb our bodies and our minds through movement and meditation to find our stories and begin to write them.

e will explore how the practice of yoga enriches the art of writing. 

As yogi and writer Susanna Harwood Rubin said, "Writing can be a purging, a meditation, a creative investigation in the same way that a yoga practice can burn off what isn't serving us, draw us into contemplation, or ignite our creativity. The process can feel hesitant or fluid, peaceful or driven, playful or gut-wrenching."

This workshop is open to all levels of writers.

Registration: http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/yoga-writing-workshop-with-jennifer-lang---may-31.html.

Details
Date: May 31, 2018
Location: Talbiya, Jerusalem (free parking nearby)
Cost: 450 NIS (500 NIS on the door)

Bio
Jennifer Lang's dream is to help others merge the practice of yoga and the art of writing, to connect to something greater through words and movement. Her essays have appeared in Under the Sun, Assay, Ascent, The Coachella Review, Hippocampus Magazine, and Full Grown People. Honors include Pushcart Prize and Best American Essays nominations and finalist in 2017 Crab Orchard Review's Literary Nonfiction Contest. 

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Tech-Tav's Flare User Group Meeting
Sep
11
3:00 PM15:00

Tech-Tav's Flare User Group Meeting

Tech-Tav Documentation invites all MadCap Flare users in Israel to the upcoming Flare user group meeting. Many thanks to Sapiens for hosting and for sponsoring the refreshments.

Advance registration is required at http://sable.madmimi.com/c/36454?id=3642.359.1.934e476d1de50fa1a121eebae1ab5767

Date: Monday, September 11, 2017
Time: 15:00-18:00
Hosted by: Sapiens
Address: Holon
Cost: Free

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Daylong Creative Writing Seminar on Memoir with Ilana Blumberg
Nov
3
9:30 AM09:30

Daylong Creative Writing Seminar on Memoir with Ilana Blumberg

Nov 3: Seminar with award-winning writer & lecturer Ilana Blumberg

Writing Memoir: Place and Person

Who we are is shaped powerfully by where we are. Our homes and streets and neighborhoods, our childhood towns or cities, are more than just the "setting"; they make some lives and life choices possible, and others impossible. 

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Story Foundations: Creative Writing Workshop for Prose Writers
Nov
1
to Dec 20

Story Foundations: Creative Writing Workshop for Prose Writers

ove your story from your imagination onto the page. 
Learn how manage the creator and editor sides of your brain. 
Break through “writer’s block".


Engage your senses and push your story through from beginning to end in creative writing workshops with fiction writer, Nadia Jacobson, and hybrid and creative non-fiction writer, Batnadiv HaKarmi. In each of the workshops, participants will hone specific skills through in-class writing prompts and submit pieces for in-depth feedback. 

This 8-week series will focus on: 
Dialogue & embodiment, handling a cast of characters. setting, and story arc (4 sessions)
Time, pace, rhythm, motifs & themes, and switching from writing to editing (4 sessions)
 
This workshop is appropriate for people who have writing experience. 

http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/story-foundations.html

[Owing to popular demand, the same course will run on Monday mornings].

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Manuscript in Focus: Creative Writing Workshop
Oct
31
to Dec 19

Manuscript in Focus: Creative Writing Workshop

Have you just completed the first draft of a work of fiction or creative nonfiction?

Are you feeling stuck completing your manuscript? 

Join an 8-week intensive with writers and editors Batnadiv HaKarmi & Nadia Jacobson to:

  • Re-“vision” your narrative
  • Learn to know and trust your creative process
  • Discover and strengthen your central themes
  • Give and receive in-depth constructive feedback on your writing
  • Engage in experimental weekly writing exercises to fine-tune your style 

Participants will acquire advanced writing skills through a study of a variety of literary models and in-class writing prompts. They will submit excerpts of their work in progress for critique. 

For teacher bios, more details & online registration: 
http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/manuscript-in-focus.html

Dates: Mondays, 13:00-15:00, Oct 31-Dec 19 (incl.)
Cost: 800 NIS (8 sessions)
Location: PICO Jerusalem, Talpiyot, Jerusalem

 

 

 

 

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Story Foundations: Creative Writing Workshop for Prose Writers
Oct
31
to Dec 19

Story Foundations: Creative Writing Workshop for Prose Writers

ove your story from your imagination onto the page. 
Learn how manage the creator and editor sides of your brain. 
Break through “writer’s block".


Engage your senses and push your story through from beginning to end in creative writing workshops with fiction writer, Nadia Jacobson, and hybrid and creative non-fiction writer, Batnadiv HaKarmi. In each of the workshops, participants will hone specific skills through in-class writing prompts and submit pieces for in-depth feedback. 

This 8-week series will focus on: 
Dialogue & embodiment, handling a cast of characters. setting, and story arc (4 sessions)
Time, pace, rhythm, motifs & themes, and switching from writing to editing (4 sessions)
 
This workshop is appropriate for people who have writing experience. 

http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/story-foundations.html

[Owing to popular demand, the same course will run on Tuesday evenings].

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Sep
19
3:00 PM15:00

Tech-Tav's Flare User Group Meeting

  • 2 Hanegev Street Airport City Israel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tech-Tav Documentation invites all MadCap Flare users in Israel to the upcoming Flare user group meeting. Many thanks to AT&T Interwise for hosting and for sponsoring the refreshments.

Advance registration is required at http://goo.gl/forms/HMIi8cbj9XQzrEcj1

Date: Monday, September 19, 2016
Time: 15:00-18:00
Hosted by: AT&T Interwise
Address: 2 Hanegev Street, Airport City
Cost: Free

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Jun
23
9:30 AM09:30

Daylong Creative Writing Seminar with Ilana Blumberg on Memoir

How We Came To Be Ourselves: Writing Autobiography

Whenever we write autobiographically, we are writing from the moment in which we find ourselves. How can we both recapture the perspective of our past selves and be true to our current self's insights? 

his seminar will consider how we write in the present about the dramatic and not-so-dramatic moments that have brought us to this day, evoking the past vividly while balancing it with our current knowledge of ourselves and the world in which we live. 


Readings will be sent out two weeks in advance of the seminar.

Ilana Blumberg is the incoming director of the Shaindy Rudoff Program in Creative Writing at Bar Ilan University where she teaches creative nonfiction. She is the author of Houses of Study: a Jewish Woman among Books (U Nebraska Press, 2007; Bison Books, 2009), winner of the 2007 Sami Rohr Choice Award and finalist for both the National Jewish Book Award in Women's Studies and the Moment Magazine Award for Emerging Writers. She is the author of the scholarly monograph Victorian Sacrifice: Ethics and Economics in Mid-Century Novels (Ohio State UP, 2015) and has published widely on Victorian literature. Ilana won teaching awards from the University of Pennsylvania and Michigan State University before joining the English Department of Bar Ilan University in 2014. She lives in Jerusalem with her family.

More details & sign up: http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/writing-autobiography-with-ilana-blumberg.html
Location: Talbiya, Jerusalem
Cost: 400 NIS

 

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Jun
19
7:30 PM19:30

Voices Israel Group of Poets in English (Tel Aviv)

A Tel Aviv roundtable meeting of the Voices Israel Group of Poets in English will be held at offices of the AACI, 94 Allenby Street (where tea and instant coffee are available), Sunday 19 June, 2016. The attendance fee is 25 shekels. 

If you wish to read, please bring eight or ten copies of one or two original English-language poems and be prepared for friendly and constructive criticism. It's also perfectly legitimate to show up and listen without offering poetry.

At 94 Allenby Street, make your way between the open stairwell and the right-hand wall to entrance A, and once inside, take the elevator/lift to the mezzanine floor, which is numbered "0" and which houses the AACI offices.  (See https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153819268859566&set=gm.10153783973680155&type=3&theater  )     

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Jun
14
7:30 PM19:30

Finding the Fun in Nonfiction: How To Write for the Educational Market

Judy Dick (Senior Editor, Scholastic) is visiting from NY and is pairing with Debbie Herman (children's author) to teach how to write and pitch your work to the educational market.

Is your inner child a 7-year-old who loves nature, the slimier the better? A 10-year-old who wants to build a rocket and go to space? Or maybe it's a 12-year-old who dreams about hurtling through history, hobnobbing with ancient Romans? If you have a passion for nonfiction and a knack for engaging kids in the driest of topics, consider writing for educational publishing.

From trade books to magazine articles, activity books to video scripts, educational publishers need informative and engaging content for an ever-growing and changing array of products. Whether you are a teacher, journalist, fiction writer, or game programmer there is a place for your talents. In this seminar, you will learn about the multiple platforms on which educational content is featured today and how you can contribute. Writing for educational media requires an eye for spotting the fun in the facts. Discover ways to spark kids' interest in the world of nonfiction. Then get your feet wet and try it yourself (bring pen & paper or tablet, etc.).
 
Topics will include:

  • Strategies for making nonfiction fun
  • Boiling down high-level concepts for students of all ages
  • Exploring print & digital opportunities in the nonfiction market
  • Pitching product ideas
  • Creating special features, such as timelines, sidebars, and maps
  • Integrating visuals   
  • Writing teacher materials, including lesson plans and skill sheets

BIOS:
As an author, illustrator, educator, and editor, Judy Dick wears many hats. Judy is currently a Senior Editor at Scholastic Classroom Magazines, where she works on geography and news magazines for kids. Other projects that she has worked on for Scholastic include The Holocaust Reader and Core Clicks, a digital reading program. She is also the author of the Building Jewish Identity series (Behrman House), a set of interactive textbooks students for elementary school students. Judy has degree in Illustration and an Ed.M in the Teaching of Social Studies. To relax, she has been creating art for adult coloring books. Her latest one will be released this fall.  

Debbie Herman is the author of Carla's SandwichFrom Pie Town to Yum Yum, and other books for children. She has worked for McGraw-Hill Education in the Science, Reading, and Social Studies departments, and does freelance writing for educational companies such as Scholastic and Evan-Moor. Debbie has created a wide variety of materials, from books and magazine articles to video scripts. She is currently a content writer/editor at Edusoft, an English Language Learning company. Debbie has an MA in Education/Learning Disabilities.

Location: PICO Jerusalem, Talpiyot
Cost: 150 NIS (in advance), 180 NIS (on the door)
Sign up: http://www.writespacejerusalem.com/finding-the-fun-in-nonfiction-with-judy-dick--debbie-herman.html

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May
22
7:30 PM19:30

Voices Israel Group of Poets in English (Tel Aviv)

A Tel Aviv roundtable meeting of the Voices Israel Group of Poets in English will be held at offices of the AACI, 94 Allenby Street (where tea and instant coffee are available), Sunday 22 May, 2016. The attendance fee is 25 shekels. 

If you wish to read, please bring eight or ten copies of one or two original English-language poems and be prepared for friendly and constructive criticism. It's also perfectly legitimate to show up and listen without offering poetry.

At 94 Allenby Street, make your way between the open stairwell and the right-hand wall to entrance A, and once inside, take the elevator/lift to the mezzanine floor, which is numbered "0" and which houses the AACI offices.  (See https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153819268859566&set=gm.10153783973680155&type=3&theater  )     

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Playing Around: How To Approach Writing a Play with Visiting Playwright, Director & Dramaturge Rachel Creeger
May
15
9:30 AM09:30

Playing Around: How To Approach Writing a Play with Visiting Playwright, Director & Dramaturge Rachel Creeger

In this seminar, we will look at some ideas for structure and form that can work for beginners to experienced writers."

opics will include:

  • Developing characters with their own distinct voices
  • Use and inclusion of stage directions 
  • Are the setting, props and costumes important? 
  • Incorporating music
  • Editing and rewriting
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Script & Story Surgery with Visiting Playwright, Director & Dramaturge Rachel Creeger
May
9
9:30 AM09:30

Script & Story Surgery with Visiting Playwright, Director & Dramaturge Rachel Creeger

Do you have a scene or storyline that you are working on? Is there a story, fiction or nonfiction, that you think might work as a performance? Is there a section or concept that isn’t where you want it to be?

ring the story you're excited about or the idea that seems stuck and let’s propel it onwards together in a script and story surgery. This workshop is open to writers and those willing to receive feedback!

www.writespacejerusalem.com

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Finding the Funny: How to Write Comedy
May
8
9:30 AM09:30

Finding the Funny: How to Write Comedy

Develop your writing skills with visiting British playwright, director & dramaturge Rachel Creeger, who is leading 3 different seminars through WriteSpace Jerusalem, on May 8, 9 & 15. 

May 8: Finding the Funny: How to Write Comedy
May 9: Script & Story Surgery
May 15: Playing Around: How To Approach Writing a Play

Website: www.writespacejerusalem.com

 

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Apr
17
7:30 PM19:30

Voices Israel Group of Poets in English (Tel Aviv)

A Tel Aviv roundtable meeting of the Voices Israel Group of Poets in English will be held at offices of the AACI, 94 Allenby Street (where tea and instant coffee are available), Sunday 17 April, 2016. The attendance fee is 25 shekels. 

If you wish to read, please bring eight or ten copies of one or two original English-language poems and be prepared for friendly and constructive criticism. It's also perfectly legitimate to show up and listen without offering poetry.

At 94 Allenby Street, make your way between the open stairwell and the right-hand wall to entrance A, and once inside, take the elevator/lift to the mezzanine floor, which is numbered "0" and which houses the AACI offices.  (See https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153819268859566&set=gm.10153783973680155&type=3&theater  )     

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