Facilitated by Bruce Kauffman
Tuesday, May 3rd
Rehearsal Hall (The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning)
Bruce Kauffman’s ‘intuitive writing’ workshop, developed in 2012, is based on his explorations and observations about his own writing, “… concepts developed in the early 90’s as I watched in my own creative process then, the substance and style of how and what I was writing began to change.” This workshop is designed with less a 'how to write well' and more a 'why and from where should I write' mindset. It was even billed once, by a Queen's campus student writing group, as a guide to overcome writer's block.
- A notebook or a few sheets of paper
- A pen or pencil
Bruce Kauffman lives in Kingston and is a local poet and editor. His written work has appeared in several anthologies and journals, two chapbooks, and four collections of poetry, with an evening’s absence still waiting for moon (2019) his latest. Beyond writing, he organizes occasional launch or reading events and facilitates intuitive writing workshops. He founded, and still organizes and hosts the monthly ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading series and two annual festivals: a summer multiday Poets @ Artfest poetry festival, and an autumn Kingston tie to the global 100 Thousand Poets for Change series. He also produces and hosts his weekly spoken word radio show, ‘finding a voice’, on CFRC 101.9fm.