Upcoming Online Experiments

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EXPERIMENTS

IN

WRITING SEX

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It's a happening. It's a workshop. It's an experiment.

Come join us for a 1.5 hour experiment in writing sex.

Open to writers of all genres & genders.

We'll be watching & discussing a sex scene (TBA) together & then you'll write your own scene with the help of an experimental prompt.

WHEN: Next session coming soon

                 Sunday, TBA -

                6:00-7:30 PM Israel time /

               11:00 AM -1:30 PM EST

WHERE: Internationally, on Zoom

EXPERIMENTS IN WRITING SEX

// an online experiment

For more information on what this workshop is all about, read some behind-the-scenes notes HERE.

HOW MUCH: 90 NIS / 25 USD

TO REGISTER: Write to:

Your spot is confirmed upon payment.

SPACE IS LIMITED: Reserve your spot ASAP.

AMITAL STERN writes film, theater, and hybrid work in Jerusalem. Her plays have been performed at the Theatronetto Festival, the Jerusalem Fringe Festival, the Arab-Israeli Theater and more. Her work has recently appeared in Guernica, Elderly, and Best American Experimental Writing 2020.  You can read some of her writing here here.

or DM on Instagram: @amitalstern

Testimonials from previous workshops:

'Amital’s conception of what we were doing together, and how to write about sex, was transformational… Amital’s sequence of writing exercises made me realize that writing about sex was writing about our life and death force, and breaking taboos about what you could write about transformed every part of my writing that day, and I have continued to mull over these insights over the past month. I’m inspired by Amital’s sense of urgency about reading and writing, and their transformational effect.'

'Amital began each session with a range of texts and images, drawn from many genres and worlds, for us to engage with and to prompt us into our own writing. Along with making for rich reading and conversation, this did the work of creating a writing space which was expansive and free of judgment, where I felt safe to experiment with my own writing style and to explore my thoughts, wherever they may go. Amital's experience and her entirely accepting presence created a tone where it became easy for all of us to jump in, cover a lot of ground and go deep in a relatively short amount of time. It was one of the most original and enriching writing workshops I've ever taken part in, and would welcome the opportunity to do another one with her.'