CLAS is famous for its workshops — our facilitators are top-notch and their impact is phenomenal. Don’t miss out!
These sessions are aimed at both writers and fans of literature. On average, RCLAS runs a workshop a month. Costs are extremely reasonable — and even better if you’re an RCLAS members.
RCLAS Writing Workshop: Haiku – 5-7-5 and Beyond
Facilitator: Isabella Mori
Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Location: Anvil Centre, 4th Floor, Room 417
Workshop Fees: RCLAS Members $15/Non-members $25
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To learn more about and practice haiku
Writing little three-liners; learning about the four Japanese grandmasters of haiku; understanding the zen-like attitude of this poetic form – haiku can be anything from a fun little activity to deep, life-long study.
In this interactive workshop, we will read, write and experiment with haiku. We will be inspired by its brevity and play with some of the elements common to many haiku, such as capturing the moment and connecting with nature.
Isabella Mori is a mother, grandmother, wife, friend, sister. She also writes: poetry, novels, short stories and non-fiction and has published two books of and about poetry, A bagful of haiku – 87 imperfections, and isabella mori’s teatable book. One of her haibun – a form related to haiku – recently appeared in the anthology The Group of Seven Reimagined. Isabella lives in Richmond, BC. She grew up in Germany in a chaotic artists’ household and has lived in Paraguay and Chile. Isabella has a Masters Degree in Education, works in the mental health/addiction field, and is an SFU’s The Writer Studio alumna.
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