Date(s) - 24/02/2019
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
This event is part of Festival of Love organised by Eros Coaching.
How do you write about sex? How do you begin to articulate intimacy on a page? And why is there so much bad sex writing out there? This workshop will equip participants with tools and tips to write poetry and/or prose about sex: the kind they have had, the kind they want to have and everything in between.
The workshop will consist of discussions and a lecture about the history and purposes of erotica and other writing about sex, as well as what makes good and bad sex writing. Participants will examine examples of poetry and prose about sex and as a class, will create a list of tips about what makes good and bad sex writing. Participants will learn about how good writing which respects and uplifts individuals and their bodies can be empowering. Students will also try their hand at writing a short sex scene or poem.
Date: Sun 24 Feb 2019
Time: 12:30 – 2:30p.m.
Fee: S$35 per person
Capacity: 12 people
Venue: The Merry Lion, 8b Circular Rd, #03-00, Singapore 049364
Directions: Nearest MRT is Raffles Place/ Clarke Quay. Back of Boat Quay. 3rd storey of a shophouse.
For enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Stephanie Dogfoot
Stephanie Dogfoot is a writer and performer based in Singapore. She has won poetry slams in Singapore and in the UK and has performed her work in 11 different countries. She has been part of the organising committee for Indignation, Singapore’s pride month, since 2014 and has curated the Indignation Queer Film Festival from 2015-2018 and helped to plan and organise the Natural Education, Indignation’s queer conference in 2018.