The days are getting shorter, darker, and colder – Winter is approaching fast, which is why LLACE decided to suggest four books that are all in the theme of winter and/or Christmas. Did you also wish to find Narnia upon opening your wardrobe as a kid? Join LLACE on our visit to Narnia, simply by opening Zoom (you will get all the necessary credentials and links in time!). For now,
LLACE was beyond excited to be celebrating National Novel Writing Month with a workshop led by Dr. Rose van der Zwaard, who provided great insight into what creative writing entails. Along with her powerpoint slides, she encouraged everyone for some writing inspired by creative prompts, as well as a definition and explanation of what creative writing actually is. Attendees were also given insight into creative writing courses available at the
Etcetera is excited to announce a linguistic-inspired movie night to watch “The Social Dilemma” followed by a discussion & drinks with Dr. Viktorija Kostadinova! We will watch the film via Teleparty and the discussion/drinks via zoom. Join the party: https://www.tele.pe/netflix/d5d6ae71dde31b60?s=s148 To join the Zoom after the film here: Etcetera Sv is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81838291745?pwd=eGsrMHJocW9pK3QyckltdTh0cENPdz09 Meeting ID: 818 3829 1745 Passcode: 816606
Following the talk with award-winning crime writer Denise Mina, LLACE is hosting a creative writing workshop to honour National Novel Writing Month of November! Dr. Rose van der Zwaard will be leading the workshop and present a Powerpoint with both tips/tricks and theory on creative writing, as well as providing you with some on-the-spot writing exercises. This workshop will give you a chance of gaining awareness of the scope of
In the first installment of a soon-to-be legendary series of events, Secretary David takes us on a ride through the highs and lows of gay filmography. This event’s film: the british rom-com “Imagine me & You”. If you don’t show up you’re homophobic!
With the Alumnikring Engels and LLACE, award-winning crime author Denise Mina gave attendees an insight into what it is like to be an author, what crime writing entails, how to start a novel, the importance of talking about income in the arts, and what the challenges of writing crime are without glorifying the criminals and their acts. Mina reminded everyone that if you can tell someone a story, you can
Join here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83572429441?pwd=MnRBSGNiYkxiVElpL1pLY3Z4WUZ2dz09 Do you love crime novels? Are you a fan of the Garnethill trilogy? Or are you simply interested in learning more about authorship and how to effectively spend your student grant on becoming a succesful writer? Look no further, this talk is just the place for you! Award-winning author Denise Mina will be doing an online talk followed by a Q&A online on the 12th of November
Despite hosting the book club the week after exams, LLACE was thrilled to see familiar faces and discuss this awesome book. We thoroughly enjoyed exchanging ideas on themes (such as family, magic, childhood, tents) and to hear your insights on all of them. In addition, the bingo-game that we played was a lot of fun (and giving our bingo-winners Emma and Anne the chance of picking out a book for
Thank you for attending our pub quiz! We had a great time answering questions about music, films, literature, and Etc’s special “Corona-timeline” category. Congrats to our winner, Emma!
Unlike the circus, the book club arrives with a warning! Join LLACE on Zoom to discuss ‘The Night Circus’ by Erin Morgenstern! You can find a copy of the book at Athenaeum Boekhandel: https://www.athenaeum.nl/boek/?authortitle=morgenstern-erin/night-circus–9780099554790 . Don’t forget to use the discount code provided in the monthly newsletters! We hope to see you at the bookclub! Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83835320124… Meeting ID: 838 3532 0124 Passcode: etcetera