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Sun 11 Dec 2022

8:00 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+5.5)

Event Type: Weekly

Writers Workshop

The Indica Books Writers Workshop with Otis Haschemyer is a unique opportunity provided to aspiring writers and authors to get feedback on their writing from a Stegner Fellow in Stanford University’s Creative Writing Program and to engage with other like-minded writers.

Upcoming writers can participate in the workshop by sending samples of their writing of up to 750 words to otishaschemeyer@me.com  clearly mentioning “INDICA” in the subject. Otis will go through your sample and give his feedback and tips to improve your writing during the weekly Zoom call.

This workshop is conducted every Sunday, at 8pm IST | 8:30pm OST, via Zoom.

Recordings of previous workshops can be watched here

Speakers
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Otis Haschemyer

Stegner Fellow, Stanford University

Otis Haschemeyer was a Stegner Fellow in Stanford University’s Creative Writing Program and currently teaches for Stanford’s “Online Writer’s Studio.” He is the recipient of an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship. He has won a Margolis Foundation Prize in non-fiction and the Jeffery E. Smith Editor’s Prize for fiction. His work has appeared in Best New American Voices 2003 & 2009, The Sun, The Alaska Quarterly Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, Barrow Street, Politically Inspired, and other journals and anthologies. His reviews appear in Broken Bridge Review and The American Alpine Journal.

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Abhinav Agarwal

Host

Abhinav is a technology professional with over twenty years in the software industry, the technical editor of a book published by McGraw-Hill, a prolific writer on areas on technology and Indology. He is a computer engineer and holds a post graduate diploma from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.