From June 9 to 11, 2023, the I Ibero-American Congress of Letters will take place, an event that will be in virtual format and in the more than a dozen Hispanic-American writers –among them, the Venezuelan Rodrigo Blanco Calderón and the Spanish María Dueñas– will give a series of workshops focused on literary creation
“I have not formed”; “Who is going to read me”; “I already said everything I had to say”; and “I don’t dare” are the excuses and limitations that many writers use –newcomers, amateurs and amateurs, from different latitudes, ages and genders– before deciding to tell that story that they have constantly going around in their heads; says Patricia Rosas Godoy, founder of the portal Women’s Affairand who together with Valentina Rosas Godoy and Maricarmen Cervelli –co-directors of the medium– decided to organize the I Ibero-American Congress of Letters, to free many from that first obstacle –among other reasons.
“We realized that there are many people who want to write and tell stories, but that not all of them have the tools, or do not know how to approach writing or all the processes involved in creating a book. With this Congress we seek to make writing training more accessible. Democratize and make writing accessible,” he points out. Valentina Rosas Godoy.
He I Ibero-American Congress of Letters It will be in virtual format and will take place from June 9 to 11, 2023. The offer consists of 10 one-hour workshops –live and interactive–, and a master class with the Spanish author Maria Duenas (The time between seams); in which the participants will learn techniques, tools and exercises to carry out their story and publish it.
The classes will be in charge of the writers: Sara Jaramillo Klinkert (how i killed my father); Brenda Navarro (empty houses); Cristina Campos (Stories of married women); Neus Arques (Everything has a price); Eduardo Sacheri (The Secret in Their Eyes); Ayanta Barilli (a dark purple sea); Carla Guelfenbein (with you in the distance); Juan Gomez-Jurado (god spy); Rodrigo Blanco Calderon (The Night) and Alice Kellen (take me anywhere).
“All recognized with some prize for Spanish-speaking creation, and with experience teaching classes in the areas that we want to address in this first congress,” he explains. Patricia Rosas Godoyon the selection of those in charge of giving the classes.
Congress is for everyone
Even though the congress has the support of Women’s Affair (digital magazine for Hispanic American women between the ages of 25 and 45, with the aim of educating, accompanying and empowering their community; founded in 2016); This is open to the general public, “it is for everyone who wants to have tools and start their journey through the world of writing”, the directors of the medium clarify.
“Development of creativity”; “From autofiction to fiction”; “Fundamentals of the police novel”; “How to write a story” and “Marketing for writers” are some of the workshops that make up the offer of the Congress; which, because it is virtual, can be taken from any part of the globe.
To register and participate in the I Ibero-American Congress of Letters You must enter the website www.congresodeletras.com Tickets range from $87 to $157. If you are in Venezuela and study at the Andres Bello Catholic University (UCAB) or in the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) can opt for a scholarship to attend the event. For more information write to [email protected]
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