The Fairway English Creative Writing Workshop 2018

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One of the main creative writing workshops that take place annually, the Fairway Creative Writing Workshop successfully concluded another 2 day workshop on the 27th and 28th of October at the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute. 

A distinguished resource panel comprising of highly successful individuals in different areas of writing and publishing took the participants through the dos and don’ts, tips and activities to encourage creative writing. The panel consisted of Madhubhashini Disanayaka- Ratnayake on ‘Understanding Creative Writing, Ameena Hussein on ‘Writing Short Stories’, Charulatha Abeysekara – Thewarathanthri on ‘Writing Novels’ and Arun Welandawe- Prematilleke on ‘Playwriting and Screenwriting’ on Saturday.

Vijitha Yapa, Jill Macdonald, Ramya Chamalie Jirasinghe and Amanda Jayatissa conducted workshops on ‘Secrets of Getting Published’, ‘Editing for Publication’, ‘Writing Poetry’ and ‘Writing you first Novel’ respectively on the following day.

The sessions were conducted in a very interactive manner and included presentations, handouts, videos and short exercises.

Participants arrived from as far away as Batticaloa and Galle and spent a pleasant and informative two days learning and polishing their writing skills. 

Madubhashini Dissanayake - Ratnayake

Ameena Hussein

Charulatha Abeysekara

Arun Welandawe - Prematilleke

Vijitha Yapa

Jill Macdonald

Ramya Jirasinghe

Amanda Jayatissa

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