Welcome to another international writing round-up.
There are quite a few writing workshops coming up in Europe this year. Here are a few to consider:
WriteCon Zurich will take place March 21-22 in Zurich, Switzerland. It will feature programs like “How to nail your novel” and “Routes to publication.”
|The Canal St. Martin in Paris|
Amal Chatterjee will co-teach a weekend of prose and poetry in Paris. The course will take place in April at the Péniche Librairie on the Canal St. Martin.
The Chamonix Summer Writing Programs (in coordination with Butler University) will feature both high altitudes and high levels of literature. Featured instructors for the June program include fiction author Anne Korkeakivi, memoir writer Cheryl Strand, and many others.
The Zurich Writers Workshop will take place October 23-25 in Zurich, Switzerland. Program will be announced soon.
In other news, nominations are now being accepted for The American Library in Paris’ 2015 book award.
And finally, if you’re an expat or interested in expat issues, The Wall Street Journal has an online section devoted entirely to you. Yours truly contributed a piece last week about Americans abroad not wanting their kids to be U.S. citizens.
Any news from your part of the world? Leave a comment.