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Another Success Story by Write in Armenia IWC 2018 Alumna Gvantsa Gubeladze

By on February 12, 2019

Another success story by Write in Armenia IWC 2018 alumna!
The Girls of Sulem by Gvantsa Gubeladze has became one of the winner stories of national competition ‘Bestseller 2018’ in Georgia. The competition was conducted by publishing house Palitra  L. Book was published in January, 2019.
The girls of Shulem is…


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Write in Armenia IWC 2018: Another Tangible Outcome – Mentor-Mentee Programme

By on February 11, 2019

 
Write in Armenia International Writing Camp was just the start of something bigger – of motivation and collaboration. The tight bond between the participants from different countries was created, and became the reason for many of them to still keep in touch – exchanging ideas, news, professional and personal…


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Ceren Turkkan, Prize-Winner Participant of Write in Armenia IWC 2018

By on February 7, 2019

The Ordu, Culture and Art Association of Turkey (Guzel Ordu Kultur ve Sanat Dernegi) organized a story contest open to participation of all ages in the national and international arena this year. The theme of the literary competition was “Children Rights”. It was aimed to evaluate the work of…


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Day 5: Asli Perker’s Lecture on Becoming a Writer and Theater Session

By on November 16, 2018

On day 5 Asli Perker held a lecture on making the decision to become a writer. The speech was not only very motivational but also had a structural approach on making such a decision and following it.

In the afternoon the invited lecturer Vahan Badalyan, the Director of Small…


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Day 4: “Translated Self” Session by Katie Prout and Dato Turashvili’s Lecture on Writing a Bestseller

By on November 15, 2018

As always Katie warmed the participants up with her morning session called “Translated Self”. It was followed by Dato Turashvili’s lecture, telling the stories he had been inspired by to write his bestsellers.

Day 4 was for Russian-Ukrainian and  Turkish-Armenian sessions. In the head of tutors Alisa and Lyubko…


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Day 3: Writing Session by Katie Prout and Lecture by Alisa Ganieva on her writing experience.

By on November 14, 2018

At the morning session with Katie Prout the participants played with “words and definitions” and did writing exercises.

After Katie’s session the Russian tutor Alisa Ganieva had a Global Literature session telling her story of writing and publishing her novel and sharing her experience.

In the, already beloved, “Conference…