Workshop: Writing and Ethics

28 Oct 2018 14:00 - 17:00
International IDR 650,000 | Indonesian IDR 250,000 | Resident IDR 450,000
The Purist Villas. Jl. Tirta Tawar (Google Maps)

Whether you are a poet, a novelist, or a nonfiction writer, questions of ethics are inescapable. This workshop is about what words can do, the trouble they can cause, and the risks and responsibilities of wielding them: a fun, interactive exploration of how to make and unmake trouble with words.

Featuring

Hannah Stevens

Hannah Stevens is a writer of short stories and flash fiction from the UK. Her first book-length collection, In Their Absence, explores the theme of missing people, and will be …


Will Buckingham

Will Buckingham is a philosopher, anthropologist and writer across multiple genres. He is interested in the places where stories intersect and philosophies cross-pollinate, those points of cultural encounter where new …



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