Diaspora Dialogues is delighted to share details of TOK Winnipeg 2019, a two-day symposium taking place November 15-16, 2019. TOK, the digital magazine of Diaspora Dialogues, publishes fiercely honest, freshly original writing from our cities, and from around the world.
Day one includes an two writing masterclasses and a a professional development workshop. Emerging writers can gain vital writing which will help them develop as a writer in YA and poetry. Participants can also be exposed to industry insight on Pitching to an Agent or Publisher.
Day two consists of live podcast tapings of two on-stage author interviews and two panel conversations. Writing While Black in CanLit and Vulnerability & The Public Space
*This discussion is not to be confused with Writing While Black, the creative writing series created by Whitney French*
All events are FREE to attend on a first-come, first-served basis, but registration is required. Location: The Manitoba Museum. https://tokmagazine.ca/tok-winnipeg-2019/
Participants include writers David Alex Robertson, Karmen Wells, Catharina de Bakker (Great Plains), Sally Ito, Arthur Anyaduba, Chimwemwe Undi, Norma Dunning, Zalika Reid-Benta, and more.