Montreal and area writers, join THE UNRULY WRITERS CLUB.
***A space to create work grounded in disability justice***
Unruly Writers Club is the loving result of a collaboration between Metonymy Press, writer and facilitator Aimee Louw, and community supporter QPIRG McGill.
What to expect: Hands-on exercises, mutual support, the opportunity for sharing and feedback in a supportive setting. And — dedicated time to write!
When: 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 12-1:30 pm.
Workshops will be offered every second session (see below).
Upcoming session dates and themes:
September 24 – listening
October 1 – perspective + humour
October 15 – independent writing with shared breaks
October 29 – crinkling and decay
November 12 – week off
November 19 – independent writing with shared breaks
Join us to get down to writing the stories you needed as a kid and the stories you want to write for future generations ❤
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get log in information!
–ASL/LSQ interpretation available–
Please let us know about interpretation soon so we may book!
Priority for disabled and d/Deaf, chronically ill people, QTBIPOC folks, queer and trans people, people with mental health diagnoses, undiagnosed people… people with unruly bodies.
We’re committed to anti-racism in the space and in the exercises we will do together. This group draws inspiration from writers like Lee Maracle and adrienne maree brown, who provide leadership through their books and their transformational writing practices for groups.
Join us to write words that dance towards liberation, exhilaration, and transformation!!
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