A137 - Travel Tales: A Travel Writing Workshop

A137 - Travel Tales: A Travel Writing Workshop
Travel Tales: A Travel Writing Workshop

When?

Saturday, June 23 2018

10.00 AM to 04.00 PM

Where?

Essar House- Podium, 


11, K K Marg, Mahalaxmi,


Mumbai - 400034.

Contact

9769937710

Faculty

Dilip D’Souza 

Fees

Rs. 1000 (including lunch) | Rs. 750 for students with valid Student ID

Details

Sometimes photographs or social media snippets do not seem enough to capture the moods, nuances and flavours of a place quite like words do. If you agree, then do not miss our upcoming workshop which will teach you to paint rich word-pictures of your travels! Avid Learning and Juggernaut Books present Travel Tales: A Travel Writing Workshop with Award-Winning Author and Journalist Dilip D’Souza. Explore how to capture anecdotes and record your memories. Learn how to tell your own story well. Learn how to translate your experiences into a memorable narrative – beyond pictures, hashtags and 280 characters – and craft something compelling that will make your readers say “Wow!”

Workshop Highlights include:

— The delight in keeping your eyes — and maybe all your senses — open when you travel; and then how to use what your senses tell you when you write.

— The importance of voice — YOUR voice.

— What a dose of passion can do for your writing.

 Before you set off on your next adventure, join him to explore that travel-writing itch!

Faculty
  • Dilip D'Souza.jpg

    Dilip D’Souza is an award-winning writer and journalist, who writes about themes like development, nationalism, science, poverty, sports, as well as travel and mathematics. His writing is fuelled by travel, for he believes he must know and understand, first-hand, the issues he writes about. He searches for the small stories that hold larger lessons because it’s in telling those stories that his writing is most effective. He has won several awards for his writing, including the Statesman Rural Reporting award, the Outlook/Picador nonfiction prize and the Newsweek/Daily Beast South Asia Commentary Prize. He has written seven books, including "Roadrunner: An Indian Quest in America" and "Jukebox Mathemagic: Always One More Number". You can find him on Twitter at @DeathEndsFun.