Launch Party - Writers Who Talk asbl

Saturday 30/01/2020 10:00 - 18:00

Zoom Meeting ID: 846 0771 6856

Passcode: WWTasbl

Join us on Zoom for this all-day event. You can step in and out whenever you feel like it. We have a full programme including workshops, readings, Q&As and information about our newly founded association.

Come and have fun and GET CREATIVE! #writetalkdiscover



Introduction and Welcome


Robert Schofield Reading and Q&A

Award-winning British-born author Robert has published three books, including a picture story for children. He will be reading from his latest work The Treasury of Tales and answering questions about the book, his writing process and getting published.


Wendy Winn
Reading and Workshop

Lacking the inspiration or time to write? Find out how to get more of both in this reading and workshop with award-winning poet Wendy Winn. Wendy will read some of her poems - both published and unpublished - and talk about where ideas come from and how to grab them before they disappear.


Lunch break with readings

Listen to a few local writers reading their poems and short stories. The authors featured are part of our Tuesday evening Lit Crit group.


Asbl Info

Information about how to become a member of Writers Who Talk asbl, what we do and what are the benefits of joining.


Erik Abbott
Performance /Table reading

Originally from the US, playwright, actor and director Erik is Artistic Director of Actors Repertory Theatre Luxembourg, a professional English-language theatre company. Erik and Co-Artistic Director Christine Probst will perform his play Apokalypsis: Quarantine, about a couple separated during COVID.


Olivia Katrandijan

An American journalist with Armenian heritage, Olivia moved to Luxembourg to work on her historical fiction novel The Ghost Soldier, which was awarded 2nd place in the 2019 national literary competition. She will lead a workshop on the craft of creative writing.


Susan Alexander
Reading and Q&A

A native New Yorker who moved to Luxembourg in 1989, Susan's non-linear career path has included professional musician, Presbyterian minister, Wall Street researcher, web app development company founder, snowdrop lecturer and prolific novelist. She'll be reading an excerpt from her latest work-in-progress.


Andrea Murphy

Writing is in Andrea's blood, from her father and her father’s father to as far back as the dawn of ink. She adores fine wine, fine words and fine cats and lives by the motto There's no such thing as too much garlic. She'll be running a workshop on Wordsmithery.


Asbl Info

Information about how to become a member of Writers Who Talk asbl, what we do and what are the benefits of joining.


Nathalie Jacoby
Talk and Q&A

Director of Luxembourg's national archive and centre for literary studies, the CNL, Nathalie will talk about her connection to literature, how writers can use the CNL’s resources to work collaboratively, and her work with Black Fountain Press.



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