With both the Lahore ice breaker and Islamabad Book Club meet behind us, we turn our attention towards new possibilities.
Monthly Archives: December 2009
DWL, Lahore Comes Alive!
It started with the LUMS Creative Writing Workshop and on Saturday, December 19 we’re convening at Cafe Life to formally kick off the currently dormant chapter, into a hub of life. Future events like book clubs, readings, game nights along with other one-off events in collaboration with LUMS and other universities, are on the cards.
Book Club (Isloo) Convenes For The Exorcist
Click here to be redirected to the Facebook event created for this purpose. But just to let you know the overall details, we will be picking out the next selection for January so if you’d like to be involved in that decision, come along. Remember to bring your book pick selections along, either as a list or in hard copy form.
LUMS Workshop Deemed Success!
LUMS Poster Unveiled
Check out the poster (inset), signifying that one of our own will be speaking at the university’s first such event. As desi writers, we are excited! Are you?
We’ve been told that there will be a fairly solid turn out of desi writers there and as TPTB (the powers that be), we’re excited to finally put faces to those (creative) voices.
See you all there! Meanwhile, enjoy…
Creative Workshop at LUMS
For anyone who isn’t on our FB group, a forum member or who isn’t a fan of our page, this is for you.
LUMS is holding a creative writing workshop on Friday, December 11 at 5.30 pm sharp. There will be four speakers at the event, including our very own administrator and PAPERCUTS Editor-in-Chief, Maryam Piracha speaking about various aspects of the craft. Details below:
The What: Creative Writing Workshop
The Where: Main Academic Block, LUMS
The When: December 11 @ 5.30 pm sharp. Rs 100 entrance fee
The Deadline: Registrations end at December 9. RSVP to Hamza Farooq (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Speakers: Tamkeen Nadeem, CEO of Scribble Magazine will giving a talk on Creative Writing 101.
Miranda Hussein, a journalist will be speaking on creative writing with a focus on journalism.
Maryam will be speaking on the importance of workshops and critique, and help participants flex their brain cells.
Fariha Rasheed, CEO of Ink Magazine is another guest speaker.
We think this is a great, great opportunity for our Lahore and possibly Islamabad membership to take part in a first of its kind workshop, and are looking for a positive response.
If you have any questions, please email Hamza who is the event coordinator for the event.
Hope to see some of you there!