Write Between Cultures - Writing Workshop with Living Hyphen

Toronto, ON

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Intercultural

Storytelling

Writing & literature

Registration for this program is full!! This program is part of an annual series as part of Culture Days @ Toronto Public Library. Do you have a story you want to share? Want to try creative writing but don’t know where to start? Join Justine from Living Hyphen for a writing workshop specifically for Indigenous, Black and People of Colour (IBPOC) storytellers of all ages and writing levels. This engaging, intimate and thoughtful workshop will encourage you to experiment while giving you tips and tools to continue writing long after the workshop has ended. We’ll give you writing prompts to spark your creativity and the opportunity to share your story in a positive and supportive environment. Registration is required. Space is limited. Upon registration, specific instructions on how to join the session, including a link or call-in number, will be sent to registrants one day prior to the program. Please check your spam filter for messages from Eventbrite. Please note, this event will not be available for replay. Can't wait to meet Living Hyphen? Check out our Sneak Peek blog by clicking the link below for an interview with Justine and writing prompts to try at home.

Wed 07 Oct
7:00 PM – 8:15 PM

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Sneak Peek Blog

This event is free.

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Living Hyphen

Justine Abigail Yu is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Living Hyphen, an intimate journal that explores what it means to live in between cultures as part of a diaspora. She is an award-winning writing workshop facilitator whose work with Living Hyphen has been featured on national and local media outlets including CTV National News, CBC Metro Morning, Radio-Canada International, CBC Ontario Morning, and CityTV’s Breakfast Television. She is also a freelance writer whose work has been featured in publications such as Intermission Magazine, Metro News Canada, African Business Journal, and Makeshift Magazine.

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Culture Days @Toronto Public Library

Ontario Culture Days and Toronto Public Library Toronto, ON

For the past 10-years Culture Days has worked in partnership with the Toronto Public Library to showcase the diverse arts and culture programming found across the city. This year we will be featuring five artistic programs as part of Cul...

Location

Toronto

Toronto, ON

Event Contact

Ontario Culture Days

on@culturedays.ca

416-393-7099

Language

English