Hello worldwide writers, in March 2023, IWWG offered a full month of global programming featuring writers from all over the world. Starting in April 2023, we will feature a global spotlight each month. Fees/suggested donations will be kept low to enable anyone to join. If you cannot make a donation at this time, please email email@example.com for a link:
Women, fire, the dangerous things
April 21, 2023
IIn this one-hour workshop we will look at culture, categorizations and the mind. Themes from cross-cultural communication and cognitive metaphors will be combined with poetry and personal experiences. Authors included are Ella Frears, Kim Shuck, and Marieke Lucas Rijneveld a.o. At the end of the workshop, you will receive a sheet with information about the theories and poems we touch on.
Kate Copeland is a linguist and a poet, interested in dictionaries and associative thinking, interested in the hemispheres of the brain and the world. She has worked as a speech therapist and linguist @ the Netherlands and Argentina, she now works as a teacher and translator @ the worldwide web. Sometimes she is lucky and finds a volunteer spot at art and literary festivals or a cinema.
Please find Kate’s poetry@ The Ekphrastic Review, First Lit.Review-East, Wildfire Words, Poets Choice, The Metaworker, The Weekly/Five South a.o. Her recent Insta reads: