Creative Writing Workshop with Anthony Carnovale

November 24, 2019, 1:30am - 3:30am | Orangeville Public Library | Library

Writing is a Contact Sport

Good writing doesn’t happen in isolation. A writer needs to get out and explore and connect with themselves, the world and the things we can’t always see. How can a person write about the world, when they don’t even know their neighbour's name? In this workshop, we’ll think critically, create magically, share compassionately. We’ll ask some tough questions; we’ll try and search for a few answers. We’ll free up our creative energies, explore the senses and play with ideas, in a welcoming, safe space. We will make ‘contact’.

Pre-registration is required.

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Anthony Carnovale has been a high school teacher for 15 years- ten as an English teacher, five as a Teacher-Librarian. He published his first YA novel 'In Full Uniform' in 2006. His words have appeared in 'Wild City Times', 'Sideroads of Dufferin County', 'In the Hills', 'OLA Magazine', 'Access Magazine',' Canadian Teacher Magazine', 'The Globe and Mail', 'The Ottawa Citizen' and various online magazines and journals.  He was nominated for the 2015 Toronto Star Teacher of the Year Award. He is the co-founder of Cyclotron, a community-focused literary arts organization that promotes creative writing and thinking through various outreach activities and publishing platforms. He is also co-editor of, Extra Pulp Zine. Anthony lives in Orangeville.