You may know where and how each galli in Kathmandu begins, merges and disappears, but have you stopped to feel the pulse of countless stories it has witnessed? What has the galli seen? What has it heard? What has it felt?
Come join Katha Satha’s exciting public writing project GalliSalli and be a part of this 2-DAY writing workshop this spring!
Writers will be led through a structured, inspiring and meditative set of writing prompts to arrive at a creative site-specific piece of their own that is expressed in the format of their choosing. The workshop is scaffolded to focus on the process and craft of writing.
Writing can be in English and Nepali, although the majority of the instructions will be in English.
WHEN: March 20-21, 2015, 11AM-1PM
WHAT: Writing! Reading! Being!
WHO: You. Caps at 12 writers.
HOW MUCH: Rs. 400 (*Limited number of scholarships are available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.*)
WHERE: photo.circle, Jhamsikhel
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 18, 2015.
Apply now by filling out the Workshop Application Form.
Limited number of scholarships are available. Interested writers are asked to also fill out the Scholarship Application Form.
MUNA GURUNG is a writer and educator based in New York city. She received her MFA from Columbia University, where she was a teaching fellow.
SHITU RAJBHANDARI is trying to write herself home despite the realization that there is no longer such place as home. She stands on a bridge that connects two worlds and is relearning her own culture through analyzing other cultures that she comes across. She is a Fulbright Scholar who received her MFA from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado in 2014.